A Hacker’s Guide to Git
A Hacker’s Guide to Git is now available as an e-book. You can purchase it on LeanPub. Git is currently the most widely used version control system in the world, mostly thanks to GitHub. By that measure, I’d argue that it’s also the most misunderstood version control system in the world.
Programming Sucks
Every friend I have with a job that involves picking up something heavier than a laptop more than twice a week eventually finds a way to slip something like this into conversation: "Bro,1 you don't work hard. I just worked a 4700-hour week digging a tunnel under Mordor with a screwdriver."
The Programmer’s Price
Not long ago, Stephen Bradley, a New York tech entrepreneur, was looking to expand his company, AuthorBee, which aggregates tweets and Instagram posts and puts them together in story form.
A Dive Into Plain JavaScript
While I’ve worked over a decade building various websites, it has only been the past 3 years that I’ve started learning more on how to work with plain JavaScript, instead of using jQuery always as the starting point.
Visualizing Algorithms
June 26, 2014Mike BostockVisualizing Algorithms The power of the unaided mind is highly overrated… The real powers come from devising external aids that enhance cognitive abilities. —Donald Norman Algorithms are a fascinating use case for visualization.
The Next Big Programming Language You’ve Never Heard Of
Andrei Alexandrescu didn’t stand much of a chance. And neither did Walter Bright. When the two men met for beers at a Seattle bar in 2005, each was in the midst of building a new programming language, trying to remake the way the world creates and runs its computer software.
Why Apple’s Swift Language Will Instantly Remake Computer Programming
Chris Lattner spent a year and a half creating a new programming language—a new way of designing, building, and running computer software—and he didn’t mention it to anyone, not even his closest friends and colleagues.
These Are the Highest Paying Programming Skills to Have on Your Resume
Programming in general is a valuable skill when it comes to searching for jobs, but employers will pay more for some of them. If you're wondering what you should learn to broaden your horizon, here's a list of the top 12 paying skills right now.
Don't Be Scared Of Functional Programming
Functional programming is the mustachioed hipster of programming paradigms.
The Case for Slow Programming – Nature...Brain...Language...Technology...Design
My dad used to say, “Slow down, son. You’ll get the job done faster.” I’ve worked in many high-tech startup companies in the San Francisco Bay area. I am now 52, and I program slowly and thoughtfully.
10 Articles Every Programmer Must Read
Being a Java programmer and Software developer, I have learned a lot from articles titled as What Every Programmer Should Know about ..... , they tend to give a lot of useful and in-depth information about a particular topic, which otherwise is very hard to discover.
A Coder, a Programmer, a Hacker, a Developer, and a Computer Scientist walk into a Venn Diagram
It's like woodworking. You can START by growing a tree, then chopping it down and finishing it, sanding it, before you make a table. Or you can go to Ikea. More likely you'll try something in between. Modifying a WordPress theme is going to Ikea.
Code of Ages
Google has Go, first conceived in 2009. Facebook introduced Hack last spring. And Apple unveiled Swift not long after. In war, as George Orwell had it, the winners write the history books. In tech, the winning companies are writing the programming languages.
Learn to code | Codecademy
Learn to code interactively, for free.
Free Computer, Programming, Mathematics, Technical Books, Lecture Notes and Tutorials
Free Computer Books, Free Mathematics Books, Directory of online free computer, programming, engineering, mathematics, technical books, ebooks, lecture notes and tutorials. Very well categorized. Equipped with both pattern and keywords search engines.
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Understanding border-image
What No One Told You About Z-Index
Principles of writing consistent idiomatic CSS
Github CSS Styleguide
Wordpress CSS Coding Standards
Wizardry CSS Guidelines
Book: Eloquent JavaScript
JavaScript Study Guide
Javascript Closures
OOP In JavaScript: What You NEED to Know
Combinator Recipes for Working With Objects in JavaScript
Part II
Prototypes and Inheritance in JavaScript
ECMA 262-3 in detail
JavaScript Garden
Google JavaScript Style Guide
Github JavaScript Styleguide
Wordpress JavaScript Coding Standards
RubyJS
RubyJS is a JavaScript implementation of all methods from Ruby classes like Array, String, Numbers, Time and more.
Mout
Mout is a collection of modular JavaScript utilities that can be used in the browser as AMD modules or on node.js (without any overhead).
bacon.js
A small functional reactive programming lib for JavaScript.
Coroutine Event Loops in Javascript
How To Node Article on promises describing both sides: node.js and browser
Video by Douglas Crockford on monads which is touching Promises
Promises
Promises are the monad of asynchronous programming
A Study on Solving Callbacks with JavaScript Generators
What's The Point Of Promises?
Promises/A Spec
Callbacks vs Coroutines
This document is intended to explain how promises work
Video: Monads and Gonads (YUIConf Evening Keynote)
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Project Builder
Project-Builder.org is a GPL tool for simplifying the process of building packages for multiple operating systems from source. The source can come from version control or from tar files, the packages can be build on pre-installed Remote Machines (RM) over ssh, on Virtual Machines (VM) on the local host, or inside a Virtual Environment (VE aka chroot) on the local host. The configuration files for Project-Builder.org are stored in subversion and are used to control the method by which the packages are created.
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A Speed multiplayer game with a lot of energy ! Cartoon characters, Fast Gameplay and crazy skills !
Project KickStart
Through five versions of Project KickStart's project management software we've focused on keeping it easy to use. Our clients are planning and managing projects for general business, consulting, IT, government, education and more. If you are you looking to generate ideas, solve problems, and increase efficiency, try it now and have a project ready in 30 minutes.
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Project Team Builder
Project team builder (sometimes abbreviated as PTB) is a project management simulation tool developed for training and teaching the concepts of project management and for improving project decision making. A number of published books and academic papers are based on the PTB and its predecessors. The PTB won the Project Management Institute Professional Development Product of the Year Award.[1] The PTB is used in universities and business organizations around the world. The simulator is based on an approach that separates the simulation engine from the scenario editor and allows each user (or teacher) to simulate any project. The simulation engine simulates the dynamic stochastic nature of modern projects.

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