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Links 1 through 10 of 157 by Justin Mason tagged coding

pretty good thumbs-up account

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lots of patterns to write safe node.js code.  Pretty daunting, to be honest

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This is the future of code review. Commit directly from your git checkout to the Gerrit code-review system; change is immediately web-visible and enters the review workflow; at the same time, Jenkins checks out the proposed change and runs the test suite; once it's approved, it automatically gets checked in. Brilliant!

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'Preconditions, postconditions, and invariants are added as Java boolean expressions inside annotations.'  nice

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jgc provides a good demonstration of how a general-purpose programming language tends to make a crappy DSL -- specifically Rakefiles

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YA make-replacement build system. the thread is better than the linked article, btw

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'GOATS just stand around during this phase and stare at each other, rolling their eyes frequently at howlers (such as using serialization to SOAP for storage, or databases as RPC mechanisms). It is often useful for GOATS — or anybody, really — to take notes for the monthly BACKSTABBING drill.'

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'Publishers would have people believe that MAME and the emulation scene is the root of all evil, that it promotes piracy and ultimately hurts the poor, starving developers slaving away on the game. Not only is this claim patently false, it ignores the fact that many developers use things like MAME, mod chips, and homebrew development utilities to help us overcome the day-to-day frustrations caused by the people behind the real problems in our industry.'

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Pair-programming with another SAMBA developer over the course of a year, using a SIP server and a VNC-shared desktop. very positive review indeed

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