Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Joel Test

A quick test for “measuring how good a software team is” (written in August 2000, mind you): Do you use source control? Can you make a build in one step? Do you make daily builds? Do you have a bug database? Do you fix bugs before writing new code? Do you have an up-to-date schedule?… Read more »

TSA “catching up with the rest of the world”

“Catching up with the rest of the world” translates to “still unable to use phones.” According to the TSA, passengers will be able to carry-on knives that are less than 2.36 inches long and less than 1/2 inch at the widest point. Larger knives, and those with locking blades and molding handles, will continue to… Read more »

Post Link Format

One of the largest changes that I made with the site updates was to change how I linked/referenced different articles (URLs). Modeled after John Gruber’s site, Daring Fireball, I often want to post just a link and a small comment on an article I read. How Daring Fireball works is that the main link on… Read more »