This article is on-point: https://alistapart.com/article/design-with-difficult-data If our designs are so simple, then as soon as the developer starts coding the design, they already deviate from the photoshop mockup. And that’s dangerous because developers are not designers (and this developer is color-blind!).
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Being able to POST data is a core piece of web development. Sometimes testing and logging the POST data though is not easy. David Walsh just posted about how easy it is to use CURL right from the terminal: https://davidwalsh.name/curl-post-file And if you haven’t used POSTMAN, it’s an awesome tool for testing POST. Even gives
Sometimes as a programmer, you just want to work on the code you want to do that day. You don’t want to code up another form, and fix some old code. Sometimes you want to move your entire website to HTTPS, or start using service workers. Thanks for Chris Coyier for posting this article, made
We’re thinking about implementing Development Core Hours. This article outlines how another company does it: https://medium.com/@nannerb/development-core-hours-cd60328a4584 The concept is awesome since I know I have a ton of little distractions that can happen throughout the day. And when a developer gets out of his train of thought, it can take a good chunk of time
NPR published an intriguing article called “When Women Stopped Coding,” which surprisingly shows that the number of women in programming fields has dropped significantly. You hear so much today about getting kids into coding and girls coding groups, but I feel like a lack of women is coding is a problem from the 90’s, not
Many students come out of college as great programmers – but that doesn’t mean they have all the skills they need. When I look for student workers for our office, I ask our School of Business for Management Information Systems students. Unlike Computer Science or Technology majors, MIS majors are required to take the business