Ars Technica: Primary and early e-voting problems point to gathering storm According to my sources, many election officials…have now come to a private understanding that they blew it, big-time, by… Read more »
Elliotte Rusty HaroldÂ seems to be on a roll these past few days: I Can Outrun a 767
More from Elliotte Rusty Harold on a common abuse of HTTP.
ThisÂ is the clearest and most concise explanation of REST that I have yet encountered, including why it’s not all there yet. (In spite of the title it’s not really hostile… Read more »
The Guerrilla Guide to Interviewing (version 3.0) The latest revision of Joel Spolsky’s classic essay. From Joel on Software.
This contains Microsoft’s official guidelines for protecting user privacy in desktop and web applications. They cover mostly user-interface issues rather than Windows-specific technical details. If you are a software developer… Read more »
Simple but deep: Empathy Box :: 5 Principles For Programming
fullduplex.org How to Shoot Yourself in the Foot in Any Programming Language
brevity.org — Links to essays in Best Software Writing I
Steve Yegge has a long post on Agile development methods. (via Joel Spolsky): Stevey’s Blog Rants: Good Agile, Bad Agile Actually this is mostly about how Google develops software. Never… Read more »