Month: September 2008

Unpacking the bag

Unpacking the bag. It’s almost like Steve has seen our code or something…

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Be a Better Developer in Five Minutes a Day

I re-learnt to drive recently after a long hiatus, and took lessons from a cheerful Welshman named Kev with a not-too-dented dual-control Fiat. When he wasn’t grabbing the wheel to keep us out of ditches and streams, Kev told me to talk out loud and describe how I was driving. […]

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Two great posts on build process

The Build Doctor (a.k.a. Julian Simpson) has posted two really interesting entries. The first says not to store big binary files in your VCS. Boy do I agree – we have a number of big binary files and they cause headaches galore. One he doesn’t mention that we tripped over […]

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Good discussion of what is good with Python

Michael Foord has a nice post about “Reasons to Love Python”. I find it synchronistic, as I’ve had conversations talking about several of these things the past week.

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