Favstar gets even better if you sign in.
A person's grip on reality is inversely related to the length of their email signature.
Twitter spam filter should catch messages @'d at me from pretty lady avatars. I'm a married programmer; no one is seducing me via Twitter.
It's Always Sunny returns with new episodes tonight, so brew up some riot punch and cook yourself a milk steak.
Actual recruiter email: "Hi Cody, Your open source contribution to [none] is pretty sweet!"
You guys aren't going to believe this. I took a shortcut around some thorny business logic, and the shortcut wasn't completely accurate.
If the next biography of JS Bach isn't titled The Fugue-itive, I'm going to be seriously pissed.
Writing a movie about a one-eyed lawman who helps a little coder hunt the man who caused a conflict with her merge. The title: True Git.
If you're a Cards Against Humanity fan and you have an iPhone, download Evil Apples. Big fun and really well implemented.
Today I learned you can easily search and view gzip files using zgrep and zless. I had been doing this wrong for YEARS.
Someone called the National "Sad Dad music". If liking the National, wearing jorts, and sobbing constantly makes me a sad dad, then fine.
My son eats so many Cheerios, he's going to turn into one. Then he will begin eating his Cheerio self, at which point CPS gets involved.
Some people, when confronted with a problem, think "I know, I'll use threads!" have two they problems Now.
In a post-apocalyptic world, the only true currency will be iPhone power adapters.
"I can't find good devs!" Are you solving a real problem? Sharing meaningful equity? If not, you've bigger problems than recruiting devs.
Programming in a nutshell: the hard stuff can be easy, the easy stuff can be hard.
Any startups out there that have done major technical pivots and lived to tell about it? Would love to ask some questions.
Software developer/maniac; dad and husband; taco afficionado; Bill Murray stalker; Amazon dude, but these are my personal thoughts.