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How I Can Code Twice As Fast As You
Category: Tools > Editor      Posted: 06 Apr 09

We're all familiar with text expander programs; though I would surmise that the percentage of us who use them when coding is quite low. To change thing...

Adding a New Feature to DimeCasts.Net - Data Listing
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 05 Apr 09

In this episode is the second a series where we are going to be walking through the coding process of adding a new feature to the Dimecasts.net website. In this episode we will create the needed code needed to list the raw data onto the website.

Adding a New Feature to DimeCasts.Net - Data Access
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 25 Mar 09

In this episode we will start a new series where we are going to be walking through the coding process of adding a new feature to the Dimecasts.net website. In this episode we will create the needed data access to allow us to pull the data correctly.

The Ruby Code Review. A Play in Three Acts - Joe O'Brien, Jim Weirich, Chris Nelson
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Sit in like a fly on the wall, while Jim Weirich and Joe O'Brien walk through a code review with the customer, Chris Nelson. The team has uncovered so...

Making Your Code CRAPpier: Applying Principles of Visual Design To Code - Michael Granger
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Code serves two purposes: the first is to instruct the computer to do something, of course, but the second is to communicate your intentions with othe...

Ruby Kata and Sparring - Micah Martin
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

All respectable software craftsmen make efforts to keep their coding claws sharp. And solely working 9-5 on business applications will dull one's whit...

Using Metrics to Take a Hard Look at Your Code - Jake Scruggs
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

It's an interesting fact of human nature that you can't do something every day and not secretly suspect that you're good at it. Which goes a long way ...

Effective and Creative Coding: Help from Cognitive Psychology in Caring For the Rubyist's Mind - Eric Ivancich
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Although much of the human mind remains a less-than-resolved puzzle, we've learned a lot through the scientific process. Cognitive psychology offers q...

Coding for Failure: All you need to know for building rock solid applications in 45 minutes - Tammer Saleh
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Coding for Failure will walk you through everything you need to know for building fault tolerant applications that degrade gracefully in the face of a...

Building a high volume, low latency system in Java
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 06 Feb 09

The "Coding the Architecture" User Group is community for hands-on, pragmatic software architects. Join th is meeting, which will feature discussions on high volume, low latency systems in Java.

The "Coding the Architecture" User Group is community for hands-on, pragmatic software architec...