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Reinventing The Wheel As A Service
https://www.google.com/reader/subscriptions/export … is the direct link for exporting the OPML file for Google Reader
Feedback antipattern: I don't understand or believe in the problem you're solving therefore you shouldn't be trying to solve it.
For everybody wondering what's so cool about "traceroute 220.127.116.11" I put the output online: https://plus.google.com/+AdeOshineye/posts/RKvotM1VXCN …
People who have 'ideas' they won't share without making you sign an NDA first should know I've never seen a good idea disclosed this way
There's more to Software Craftsmanship than the manifesto: http://blog.oshineye.com/2011/01/software-craftsmanship-more-than-just.html
Nothing like giving a talk about machine learning at Google to trigger your impostor syndrome.
The first screen is the one in your pocket. All others are secondary.
Before gathering data, decide what you'll do if the data clashes with your beliefs. #protip
It's always weird to hear someone espouse one of your discarded prejudices: unique mix of smugness, shame and sympathy.
My slides: https://speakerdeck.com/adewale/identity-responsiveness-and-the-future-of-the-web … from @whiskyweb yesterday about responsiveness and the future of the web
Dependency Injection and IOC explained: http://groups.google.com/group/growing-object-oriented-software/msg/f1dcfecb9969e174
The nice thing about people who are always negative is that you can just ignore them since you already know what they were going to say
We've set up a Developer Experience Community : https://plus.google.com/communities/100425122733176875656 … #devexp /cc @devexpftw
One of the fun things about being a black person in technology is the number of times people tell me I don't exist. Sometimes to my face.
Developer Advocate at Google. Co-author of Apprenticeship Patterns. Learning to listen. Learning to let go. Making things happen.