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The 10 commandments of coding conventions
Ok this appeared as a comment in the article I previously linked but it's interesting enough that it deserved a separate post. 1) Thou shalt not place the Left Curly Brace on a line of its own; this shows disrespect to thy Fathers and thy Mothers who Read More...
If programming languages were religions
An interesting piece referred by Slashdot . Islam has been equated with C++ because: It takes C and not only keeps all its laws, but adds a very complex new set of laws on top of it. It's so versatile that it can be used to be the foundation of anything, Read More...
iPhone development tutorial
An interestingg and very helpful tutorial by Anthony Frizalone, could be a good kick start tutorial for iPhone development. Good thing is that he has shared code as well. Watch the Hello World video and other tutorials. Read More...
Do programmers read book?
Jeff Atwood complains that developers don't read programming book. He then recommends few MUST HAVE books for developers. Read More...
Celeberating 20 years of Perl
Perl is the language which I didn't work a lot neither it fascinated me much but I must admit the power of RegEX in Perl made it quite popular and efficient to solve many string related problems. Recently PERL community celebrated 20 years of perl language. Read More...
Professors Slam Java As "Damaging" To Students
Let us propose the following principle: The irresistible beauty of programming consists in the reduction of complex formal processes to a very small set of primitive operations. Java, instead of exposing this beauty, encourages the programmer to approach Read More...
Slashdot: GUI design book
A very very interesting and helpful Slashdot entry about guidelines about making cleaner and simple UIs for software applications. I would recommend you guys to go through all comments. Read More...