Hopefully this means Monoprice will have them soon.
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I found the high level RISC vs. CISC overview here to be very useful (even though in the next episode John disclaims it heavily as “high level” and recommends digging in to learn more if you’re interested).
Coding in the real world is about tradeoffs; we have to do the best thing we can with the time, resources, and tools at our disposal. These tradeoffs may not result in an According-to-Hoyle OO (or functional) design, but we’re not writing code to provide examples of programming paradigms or design patterns; we’re writing it to accomplish something and provide value.
Looks like a fun “rainy day” project… (thanks The Verge)
I’m taking Thanksgiving this year as an opportunity to thank some people who have helped shape my career. Eric Cheng – Eric and I had the opportunity to work together once his company acquired mine back in 2000. Eric and I were the corresponding UI leads for our companies, and I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity…
Another nested IF statement is rarely the right solution.
Wednesday is also liquor-store day. While you’ve hopefully delegated the purchasing of wine and booze to your guests, make a trip today for your secret holiday stash.
Some gems in here. (Thanks Mike)
Awesome talk from Eric about the light field and the future of photography.
If you work on the web, you should be reading Steve Souders’ blog.
I bet the iPhone will catch compact point-and-shoot camera quality before they catch the iPhone in ease of “doing stuff” with the photos.
I agree with most of the conventions here.
Very flattering to be included in the inaugural Confluence Denver. Glad to see my friends at Xcellent and Double Encore representing as well.