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re: How I Deal With Bad User Feedback
I read once: "Unsolicited feedback is always for the sender...
re: The Best Remote Work is Delightfully Unglamorous
I also work from my boring home office 95% of the time. But...
re: Anyone still writing desktop applications?
When I was doing consulting, most of the apps I made were d...
re: What's a useful programming language feature or concept that a lot of languages don't have?
I think this is more of an underutilized features rather th...
re: What do you try when you want to find bugs before your customers do?
Testing your own software is always tricky. After all, you ...
re: Useful Raspberry Pi Tips
Yes, dist-upgrade is better. I've updated the post.
re: Useful Raspberry Pi Tips
Here's a book I wrote if you want to learn how to program f...
re: Working Remotely...
WeWorkRemotely is a great place to look for remote-only job...
re: Working Remotely...
I suppose it depends a bit on the company. For example, if ...
re: What Are Your Favourite Learning Resources?
I'm biased, but I think these are all useful regardless of ...
re: Why Do I Mostly Get Followed by Newcomers?
My understanding is that new accounts are given a list of p...
re: Thoughts on interpreted vs compiled languages?
Interpreted languages can often give you more instant feedb...
re: Good keyboards matter.
I've been using the Kinesis Freestyle 2 for Mac for many ye...
re: Software Made Simple
Gotta agree with your there. Sharing stuff between iOS apps...
re: Software Made Simple
I’ve not used stock Android, just the Amazon Fire OS varian...
re: Software Made Simple
It sounds to me like the problem is discoverabilty, not use...
re: How old have you been when you started programming and what was your first project?
I first learned to program in Atari BASIC on an Atari 400 i...
re: My Favorite Free Resources for New Programmers
Learning to program does not mean "learning a language". It...
re: My Favorite Free Resources for New Programmers
A free PDF for new programmers: Introduction to Programming...
re: GitLab Vs Github why would chose one over other
I use both and also BitBucket. Probably one reason to choos...
re: Learning to think like a programmer.
Maybe Introduction to Programming with Xojo. And the Just ...
re: OOP 101: Understanding Classes
I plan to cover that in a follow-up post, OOP 201.
re: Just Code Challenge
Summary of some of the many projects that have been created...
re: What I have learned from eight years of being a remote developer
Some great tips here. And thanks for the link to my post ab...
re: Which programming language/environment is more “powerful” than people realize?
I'm going to suggest Xojo is more powerful than people real...
re: ORM vs. SQL?
I use a combination of both. I built an ORM (STorm) that I ...
re: What's your job title and why is that your title?
These days, Developer Evangelist. I've had many titles ov...
re: What I've Learned After Working Remotely for 10+ Years
On our team we do a daily "huddle" via video chat (Zoom.us)...
re: What I've Learned After Working Remotely for 10+ Years
I have the benefit of kids that need to go to school each d...
re: What I've Learned After Working Remotely for 10+ Years
I've worked at companies that have done the "war room" thin...
re: How does your language handle memory?
With object-oriented programming, each new object you creat...
re: I just got a Raspberry Pi 3. What can I do with it?
VPN, retro gaming, programming.
re: 30+ Years of Computing
I didn't offer an answer as I'm sure it would be wrong. Aft...
re: Compilers 103 – Semantic Analyzer
Doesn't look like I stated it, but "sum" is treated as an i...
re: Compilers 104 - IR Generation
Maybe the Gnu tools? But I'm not familiar enough with them ...
re: Is GitHub killing the competition?
GitHub is really nice and I use it exclusively for all my o...
re: SQLite Rocks and Here's Why
If you want to use SQLite as more of a datastore, perhaps t...
re: Compilers 101 - Overview and Lexer
The next post Compilers 102 - Parser is now available: Co...
re: 6 Ways to Work More Efficiently From Home
My family is home during the summer (no school), but I stil...
re: 6 Ways to Work More Efficiently From Home
It sounds like you should definitely consider a co-working ...
re: Programmers who only code at work
I think it's more about continued learning rather than codi...
re: Take A Core Dump: What to do when your app crashes on Linux
We've been supporting Linux in our cross-platform developme...
re: How do you keep track of what you’re working on so you remember where to start next time?
I keep a small spiral-bound notebook in front of me during ...
re: How did you get into programming in the first place?
As a young teenager in the early 80s my Dad had a friend co...
re: Which editor/IDE do you use and why?
Yes. For many folks it is a different, and hopefully easier...
re: Which editor/IDE do you use and why?
Xojo for most things. From single source you can compile na...
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