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The rapid development of the World Wide Web in recent years has led to an explosive growth of information on the Internet. 03/25/2008
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A few years ago, search engine placement was arranged by your average Web designer and/or Webmaster. The Webmaster would simply submit a site to search engines manually or use r... 03/19/2008
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First it was banner ads, then Google AdSense and now, the latest way to make money on your web site could very well be RSS feeds. Say what? I said: RSS is hot and you should be... 03/18/2008
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Based on 2 years' experience with PRADO v.3.x at Note: Tips are marked with stars ( * ), where 5 stars are the most important tweaks. I. Basic settings http://www.pradosoft.com/... 04/17/2009
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You should try to keep your hands on keyboard. The less you touch the mouse, the more code you can write. I am trying to keep the mouse laying still and control the IDE complete... 10/17/2007
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Today, I was taught an important lesson. The lesson of effectivity. I was attending a presentation, called "Python Django: Advanced web application in 40 minutes". The... 10/17/2007
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Many developers, especially those fresh out of college (though older developers are just as prone), fall into the trap of believing in an absolute concept of “the perfect... 09/12/2007
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One trap that developers need to be wary of is the mentality of the Hammer Truism . This states that When the only tool you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. This... 09/12/2007
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There’s an interesting discussion in the comments on the Coding Horror blog in which Jeff suggests that Your password alone should be enough information for the computer t... 09/12/2007
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UPDATE: Added a followup part 2 to this post on the topic of granular control. We have all experienced the trouble caused by plugins that break when an application that hosts th... 09/12/2007
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With Ted Neward’s recent post on the morass that is Object-Relational mapping , there has been a lot of discussion going around on the topic. In the comments on Atwood&rsq... 09/12/2007
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To properly license open source source code, the license agreement must be included prominently with the source code. 04/18/2009
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Now I like to take shots at myself for producing drivel now and then, but today, I’m going to take a shot at someone else’s drivel. I really should be working right... 09/12/2007
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A while ago I wrote that a client often often does not know what he wants until he sees it. I was referring to software development, but this is common across many professional... 09/12/2007
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A recent confrontational thread within the Subtext forums that I shared with Rob Conery got us into a discussion about the challenges of dealing with difficult members of an Ope... 09/12/2007
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Specifications are for the weak and timid! This machine is a piece of GAGH! I need dual Pentium processors if I am to do battle with this code! You cannot really appreciate Dilb... 09/12/2007
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Patrick Cauldwell points out that the challenge of coding a business app isn’t in writing the code, that’s easy. The challenge is in understanding business requireme... 09/12/2007
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A while ago, Jeff Atwood wrote about the merits of laziness for successful software developers. Lest this become the mantra of sub-performing developers everywhere, I wanted to... 09/12/2007
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One common objection I hear to TDD and writing unit tests is that it creates a lot of extra work to develop software. And this is true, but it does not give a complete picture.... 09/12/2007
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While we’re on the topic of appropriate analogies for software development, my homie Micah writes a post about how certain analogies fall short, and he compares writing so... 09/12/2007
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Disclaimer As is customary when a non-lawyer attempts to discuss the finer points of the law, I must start with a disclaimer. I know some fine lawyers, but I, sir, am not a lawy... 09/12/2007
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As a kid, one of my favorite tools I had was a shiny red cased Victorinox swiss army knife. I’d carry that sucker around with me everywhere, using the main blade to tackle... 09/12/2007
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Intro I have a bit of “me” time today to write some code and I thought I’d treat myself to something light and fun by building something purely for its flashin... 09/12/2007
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A religious war is a very passionate conflict or argument in which each side is absolutely convinced of the objective truth of his own position on a matter of personal preference. 09/12/2007
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The local newspaper sports a comic strip that enjoys every opportunity to mock the modern university’s emphasis on diversity. The strip holds diversity accountable for low... 09/12/2007
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