By Adrian Kosmaczewski, since 2004. Updates every Friday.
For the past 20 years there’s been this trend to give names to a particular set of operating system, programming language, database tech, and something else.
Node.js projects are very much cross-platform, allowing your team to use any operating system they want to work on them.
In January 2004 Joel Spolsky wrote a blog post titled “Please Sir May I Have a Linker︖", where he described his tribulations trying to install a small ․NET app in computers not bundled with the original ․NET framework.
In this post you will find a collection of interesting book quotes about meetings, and how to make them suck less.
I’ve learnt lately that there are many standards for the BASIC programming language.
GitHub, BitBucket, GitLab; they are not the only solutions available to share Git repos with your friends and colleagues.
It has been hard for me to think about anything else than the Russian invasion of Ukraine since last week; it is also hard for me to write about it.
I’ve been learning a bit about the Elixir programming language lately, and for that I created a small app using the Phoenix Framework.
There’s been plenty of technology wars in the software industry. Here’s a list of those that I got to witness in the past 25 years.
Looking at the software industry, it appears that most big companies usually share more traits than they would like to admit.