Commit to Review, Review to Commit

As software developers, we strive to write code that’s readable, maintainable, logical, and functional. While this can be a daunting task, there are tools and processes that make it easier to achieve these goals: version control systems facilitate code and feature management; IDEs help us find and fix syntactic and semantic errors, even when using dynamic languages; testing frameworks help us prove to ourselves that our […]

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HTML9 Responsive Boilerstrap JS

While I have nothing but respect for the creators of such wonderfully useful tools as Twitter’s Bootstrap and HTML5 Boilerplate, this parody is right on point in its mockery of such buzzword-laden development frameworks, another of which seems to spring into existence every single day. My favorite part, excerpted from the FAQ: 4. Can I […]

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