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Links 1 through 10 of 58 by Nik Silver tagged development

"I wrote a README the other day for a project that I’m hoping other developers will look at and learn from, and as I was writing it, I realized that it was the sort of thing that might have intimidated the hell out of me a couple of years ago, what with its casual mentions of Node, npm, Homebrew, git, tests, and development and production builds."

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"GOV.UK is a watershed in how government approaches Web design, both in terms of what you see online and how it was developed. The British team of developers, designers and managers behind the platform collaboratively built GOV.UK in-house using agile development and the kind of iterative processes one generally only sees in modern Web design shops."

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Resource lock-down for Apple developers who want to sell through the Mac app store: "The sandbox is an environment that locks down the Mac in ways that match (and exceed) the limitations found on iOS. A sandboxed app doesn’t have direct access to any files or frameworks on the system. It can’t access the network or any devices."

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Very cool: public burndown chart for Gimp 2.8.

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Mozilla's tips on building a secure web application.

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"Interestingly, full-time developers said they prefer to work on the iPhone platform (cited by 44%) over Android (33%), while part-time developers prefer Android (42%) over iPhone (34%)."

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"Flickr is somewhat unique in that it uses a code repository with no branches; everything is checked into head, and head is pushed to production several times a day. This works well for bug fixes that we want to go out immediately, but presents a problem when we’re working on a new feature that takes several months to complete. How do we solve that problem? With flags and flippers!"

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This is the right problem to solve, but I disagree Ryan's proposed solution: "The fellow who approached me after the talk was having a problem with MVP. It seemed like their product suffered from bad experience holes. Their team was trying to do the minimum possible to ship, but their definition of minimum didn’t include things like a smooth way to reset your password. Things like password-reset were “never important enough”, so they languished as swamps of bad experience among the dry hills of minimally viable features."

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One disillusioned ex-Googler: "The feeling now is liberating and joyous. Working by yourself or in a small team is fantastic in so many ways, that I simply can't describe it properly. If you're a hacker, Google is not the ideal place for you."

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One disillusioned ex-Googler: "The feeling now is liberating and joyous. Working by yourself or in a small team is fantastic in so many ways, that I simply can't describe it properly. If you're a hacker, Google is not the ideal place for you."

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