Tag: code

I'm gathering stuff, interesting articles, useful tools or amazing videos, and then make a list with all of them with comments for each one. This is issue number #6. You can checkout the previous issues if you're interested. If you find any interesting tools or articles that I might have missed, let me know @stefanbc and I'll share them in the next cluster. So, here are some interesting links and articles! Code dependencies are the devil. This article tries to tackle the subject of dependencies and why we make them central in our applications even if they will become obsolete...

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It's more of a question actually. What's it like to read other's people code and why you should be prepared? Well, the evil doers over at the powerful and evil Abstruse Goose Corporation made this into a bloody good comic. Go read it and then come back, so we can understand what's really going on here. waiting for the reader to come back Well if you made it to this sentence it means we can continue with our philosophical pondering of random stuff about computer programming. In order to answer our questions we first have to look at the standards...

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No, we're not making fun of Apple Maps, but we could if we wanted to. Let's just say I don't want to jump wink wink into the whole Apple Maps conundrum. This article, in particular, is focused on describing my adventures with Apple Maps's older and more experienced brother, Google Maps. Now, I'm sure you don't want to know how Google Maps came to be, I mean you can read that on Wiki, right? Lets get down to the nitty-gritty! Along my years as a developer I've had my fair share of experiences with the Google Maps API. It all...

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It all started on one December-ish looking morning. It was the year of our lord 2013 and the snow was nowhere to be found, keeping that mind, there was a slight smell of bugs in the air. You know the type I'm talking about? The ones that don't let you sleep at night and make you go to bed at 2AM. Those kind of bugs. Thankfully the so-called "bug", I am going to describe in the rows below, is not one of those. This was a simple one. One that started from the bottom, from the inner core...

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