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Posted on Sep 9 2015 - 3:54pm by Eric Tompkins
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Learn why the secret to writing great code can be found at Burning Man and why smart programmers should strive to be anonymous. A funny video by Vooza.com. tags: how to write great code ...

Protecting Your Keys From GitHub By Jeff Reifman In December 2014, Slashdot ran an alarming story Bots Scanning GitHub To Steal Amazon EC2 Keys, based on developer and blogger Andrew Hoffman’s experience trying out Ruby on Rails on Amazon with AWS S3. He inadvertently committed anapplication.yml file with his AWS keys. Even though he noticed it and deleted...

Node.js Is Stupid And If You Use It So Are You Hilarious video rant about Node.js… Should you learn Node.js? Here are some pros and cons. Pros: share code between the frontend and backend (NOTE – this is not a free feature – you’ll need to put in the work to make it so, but it’s actually doable, unlike many other setups) active and...

Languages And Frameworks 2015 – What You Should Learn Languages / platforms Node.js is the winner here, with PHP second, and JavaScript – third. There is an amazing community forming around Node.js, so it isn’t a surprise that a lot of you are excited about it. If you know JavaScript, you are already half the way to building web apps in Node.js. Frameworks AngularJS...

Using <hgroup> tag to define headings in HTML5 When writing semantic html5, you can use the <hgroup> tag to define your headings properly. Within the <heading> tag you will often have heading tags such as <h1> or <h3> providing your headlines and sub-headlines. You may also need a strapline as well. Since you do not want search engines...