When it's been a while, and you're out of sync with your team's tools and tactics, merge conflicts can get real tricky.
How did a community of online hobbyist create the code that is now being utilized by the Department of Defense?
What gives you that special feeling: a nice, sharp recursive function or a deep, winding ternary statement? Paul and Sara debate the finer points of feeling smugly satisfied with your own code.
Saying hello to new command line options and goodbye to a great timekeeper. Plus, the mixed economic incentives for developers who want to flee big cities.
We unpack major acquisitions that could impact how data travels between nations and what the future of chips and AI will look like.
Lending apps that include public shaming and clerics who must certify your code before you can launch. This week we share stories of software from around the globe.
Temperature, time, and space. Metric makes it easy to relate them all. Now that's excellent API design.