A post about password hashes and brutforce cracking: Hacker, Hack Thyself - Coding Horror
7 lesser known hacks for debugging in Visual Studio - The Visual Studio Blog
Somebody actually built a digital clock in a Conway’s Game of Life, amazing!
Don’t install that - Fredo and Pidjin. The Webcomic.
Spoilerwall introduces a brand new concept in the field of network hardening. Avoid being scanned by spoiling movies on all your ports!
When Pixels Collide - Reddit Place
Source: Programming languages as humans
Source: Code Review Stages
Towards true continuous integration: distributed repositories and dependencies - The Netflix Tech Blog
An in case you want to dig into linux binaries:
ELF Hello World Tutorial
“Don’t punish your ops team for your dev team’s SHITTY CODE”
Paris Metro Map – The Redesign - incredible work!
Chrome 58 - Once again lots of Security Fixes and Rewards
What’s New In DevTools (Chrome 59) - CSS and JS code coverage
I’ve skipped the famous ones and focused on some useful shortcuts. Try them out if you don’t know them!
Code Reviews: Just Do It - Coding Horror
“it’s only through collaboration that we produce our best work”
Code Review for Teams Too Busy to Review Code (start ~16min):
Collection of Redis tutorials
Note: In 30min-1H reading, you should have a good idea of what is Redis and how data is manipulated.
Getting Started with Redis (by vmware, which was sponsor)
Webinar organised by Sauce Labs (Selenium in the cloud) Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 at 10:00am PDT.
Sauce Labs hosted webinar with Lead Engineers from Salesforce.com, David Louvton and Sagar Wanaselja, who spoke about Selenium at Salesforce Scale.
What not to do:
July 15, 2014 10:58am
Inverting The Testing Pyramid [SlideShare] > http://blogs.agilefaqs.com/2011/02/01/inverting-the-testing-pyramid/ [Article]
The Single Responsibility Principle: