Feed #71


Web Performance is not an IT thing only!

Opera’s work to reduce Chromium’s memory use

Isolating Linux High System Load

Managing big enough data in postgres


My Most Frequent Code Review Comment

A Million Lines of Bad Code

Shades of Grey

Oblique Strategies: Prompts for Programmers

KISS With Essential Complexity


Microsoft Adopts Google’s Bounty Strategy

Announcing Globalize 1.0 - jQuery blog


Statistics Will Crack Your Password

Wi-Fi hack creates ‘no iOS zone’ that cripples iPhones and iPads
This Security Flaw Can Cause Your iPhone To Reboot Endlessly

Other stuff

Writing a Redis client in pure Bash

Gotchas From Two Years With Node

How do you compare the structure of two different programs?

Up/Down Monitoring Isn’t Enough For Your Business

Jason Huggins – Fixing HealthCare.gov, One Test at a Time

“In late 2013, Selenium creator Jason Huggins joined President Obama’s “tech surge” team to help fix HealthCare.gov. In D.C. during the height of the crisis in November and December 2013, Jason had a behind-the-scenes view into a unique period in American history when a website’s quality (or lack thereof) had the attention of the nation, the press, the President, and Congress.”