Welcome Home


0
Hanselman's Newsletter of Wonderful Things: September 5th, 2014

I have a "whenever I get around to doing it" Newsletter of Wonderful Things. Why a newsletter? I dunno. It seems more personal...

Posted by Scott Hanselman's Blog in Programming about 1 hour ago
0
Automating the tedious parts of open source on Azure

Contributing to Open Source is a great way to get involved in community. Usually it's as simple as making your contribution, but when you...

Posted by Scott Hanselman's Blog in Programming about 1 hour ago
0
Using a Surface Pro 3 full time for two months

Back in August I posted my initial impressions of a Surface Pro 3 after using it for a week or so. I paid for the Surface Pro 3 with my...

Posted by Scott Hanselman's Blog in Programming about 1 hour ago
Codinghorror app icon
The Road to VR

A month after I wrote about John Carmack, he left id Software to become the CTO of Oculus. This was big news for two reasons:

...

Posted by Coding Horror in Programming about 1 hour ago
0
Plex for Xbox One is here and my life is complete - Plus Synology setup how-to

I love my Synology NAS, and I love Plex. I also love my Xbox One. Finally, today these three things are working together to give me a...

Posted by Scott Hanselman's Blog in Programming about 1 hour ago
Codinghorror app icon
Three Things

I've expressed my disillusionment with to-do lists before.

But let's try something simpler, a little experiment. What do you use to...

Posted by Coding Horror in Programming about 1 hour ago
Codinghorror app icon
Please Read The Comments

I find the Don't Read The Comments movement kind of sad.

Comments sections are frequently misogynistic, homophobic, racist, and very...

Posted by Coding Horror in Programming about 1 hour ago
0
Put yourself out there and publish that Open Source project today

It's a leap of faith to put your code out there. You have to have tough skin sometimes. Mean people will say it's crap. Many years ago...

Posted by Scott Hanselman's Blog in Programming about 1 hour ago
Codinghorror app icon
The Trap You Set For Yourself

The Dan Ariely books Predictably Irrational and The Upside of Irrationality profoundly influenced the way I design my massively...

Posted by Coding Horror in Programming about 1 hour ago
Codinghorror app icon
10 Years of Coding Horror

In 2007, I was offered $120,000 to buy this blog outright.

I was sorely tempted, because that's a lot of money. I had to think about it...

Posted by Coding Horror in Programming about 1 hour ago
Codinghorror app icon
App-pocalypse Now

I'm getting pretty sick of being nagged to install your damn apps.

XKCD helpfully translates:

...

Posted by Coding Horror in Programming about 1 hour ago
Codinghorror app icon
Complaint-Driven Development

If I haven't blogged much in the last year, it's because we've been busy building that civilized discourse construction kit thing I...

Posted by Coding Horror in Programming about 1 hour ago
0
100 Technical Things Non-Technical People Can Learn To Make Their Lives Easier

My lovely wife has an MBA, speaks 5 languages, and is currently in school to get a third (fourth?) degree. Point is, she's smarter than...

Posted by Scott Hanselman's Blog in Programming about 1 hour ago
Codinghorror app icon
Standard Markdown is now Common Markdown

Let me open with an apology to John Gruber for my previous blog post.

We've been working on the Standard Markdown project for about two...

Posted by Coding Horror in Programming about 1 hour ago
Avatar default
Scholarships Available for 2015 Rails Bootcamp

A total of 6 scholarships are being made available for the 2015 rails bootcamp targeted at providing women and U.S. military veterans a...

Posted by Outlandish Labs in Programming about 1 hour ago
0
I'm stuck in someone's for loop

This is a rant. More and more I'm finding myself using mobile devices, often on my iPhone, but also desktop applications in Windows and...

Posted by Scott Hanselman's Blog in Programming about 1 hour ago
Codinghorror app icon
Standard Flavored Markdown

In 2009 I lamented the state of Markdown:

Right now we have the worst of both worlds. Lack of leadership from the top, and a bunch of...

Posted by Coding Horror in Programming about 1 hour ago
Avatar default
What it’s like to work with Outlandish Labs

At Outlandish Labs we’re committed to making sure every dollar is spent wisely. As part of this we work in a three phase process designed...

Posted by Outlandish Labs in Programming about 1 hour ago
Codinghorror app icon
The "Just In Time" Theory of User Behavior

I've long believed that the design of your software has a profound impact on how users behave within your software. But there are two...

Posted by Coding Horror in Programming about 1 hour ago
Screen shot 2014 09 18 at 1.15.15 pm 157x300
Organizing projects in Go

Outlandish Labs adopted Google’s Go programming language early on and has worked with it to deliver a number of services that...

Posted by Outlandish Labs in Programming about 1 hour ago

Welcome Home