Don Marti

Sat 23 Mar 2013 08:33:49 PM PDT

software development link frenzy

Great stuff that the RSS reader dragged in, some going back quite a ways. Enjoy.

AlienVault OSSIM: The Power of All

Crowdsourced data analysis with Clockwork Raven

Artificial Intelligence Will Defeat CAPTCHA — How Will We Prove We’re Human Then?

BitZino And The Dawn Of ‘Provably Fair’ Casino Gaming (via The Monetary Future)

So long Drupal, hello WordPress

PCRE Performance Project

GitHub adds a command line, and so should you!

Switching to KGB from CIA

Planning Our First ShipIt Day at Caktus

Generation Gap

Pull requests and other good practices for teams using github (via Reinout van Rees' weblog)

OpenDyslexic in Firefox

The MDN event reference, at last

Just Because HTML5 Was Bad For Facebook Doesn’t Mean It’s Bad For You

Android's smartphone OS upgrade issues need more than a quick fix | Dan Gillmor

Introducing Go by Example

Stables and Volatiles

Commons In A Box, ready to unbox

As Supreme Court Software Patent Ban Turns 40, It’s Time To Stop Ignoring It

You Already Won The Lottery

Linux brings over €10 million savings for Munich - The H Open: News and Features

Why We’re Pivoting from Mobile-first to Web-first | philosophically by Vibhu Norby (via Disruptive Competition Project)

Why Nokia Lumia and Windows Phone 8 will fail - ie will never become the promised third ecosystem

How 4 Microsoft engineers proved that the “darknet” would defeat DRM | Ars Technica

Blue Beanie Day – Celebrate You!

A Primer on Cheap Software Defined Radios

On handling your pets and a CSRF protection that wasn't

Is TDD better than Apps Hungarian?

Surveying DVCS Usage

The Mathematical Hacker (via Justin Mason's Weblog)

Samba - opening windows to a wider world

LibreOffice runs on the Raspberry Pi

Do Not Underestimate the Power of Convenience

PuTTY configuration

Eclipse Says Goodbye to CVS

Deciding which features to build for a big demo

I regret not learning some new tools sooner

End users are the new CIO: How Andreessen Horowitz, Box, Github, others view the enterprise in 2013

DARPA and Defense Department look to a more open source future

Git, clients, partners, and woes.

The conflict frontier of a nightmare merge

English Letter Frequency Counts: Mayzner Revisited or ETAOIN SRHLDCU

Understanding your own code

Requests: HTTP for Humans

Why the Web is going to win Mobile

The New Kingmakers, The Book – Available Now

On Antifragility in Systems and Organizational Architecture

CVs and file extensions

An Introduction to Persona

Geeks, Freaks, Nerds, & Programmers

Why Open Source Governance Matters: Vert.x Case Study

From SVN to Git: How Atlassian Made the Switch Without Sacrificing Active Development

From SVN to Git: How Atlassian Made the Switch Without Sacrificing Active Development – the Human Side

[Book Review] Coding Freedom: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking (via P2P Foundation's blog)

Simplify Responsive Design by Embracing the Flexible Nature of the Web

Gitano – git hosting with ACLs and other shininess

Moore’s Law won’t kill passwords

Mozilla and Non-Copyleft Licensing

Is 2013 the year for DVCS domination?

Only compiler vendor customers, not its users, count

Linus Torvalds: we never ever blame user programs

SpiderOak's Analysis and Recommendations for the Crypto in Kim Dotcom's Mega, Part One

Programmer Interrupted

Lennart Poettering: The Biggest Myths

How FLOSS Software Became More Easily Accepted at Work

Dependency Graphs and Package Versioning

Distributed Issue Tracking with Git moves beyond its ad-free Twitter alternative, adding 10 GB of storage to share

Moore’s Law (Munitions Edition)

Git now fully supported and integrated into Team Foundation Service (via MSDN Blogs)

IPMI: Freight Train To Hell

Stripping Referrer for fun and profit

Planet Gnome: Travis Reitter: Answering the question: "How do I develop an app for GNOME?"

GNOME and Languages

Defending Opus

Script and Screen

MariaDB living in interesting times

Coding Horror: Civilized Discourse Construction Kit (via Rands In Repose)

Rethinking Cookies: originOnly

The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice 4.0

Everyone at Yipit is Now Learning to Code

Hello Chrome, it’s Firefox calling!

Greg Kroah-Hartman: AF_BUS, D-Bus, and the Linux kernel

mjg59 | Samsung laptop bug is not Linux specific

Ruminations on front end-centric webapps

Drupal 8 progress from my / MongoDB perspective: update #13

The New Amazon Elastic Transcoder

Open Source is the New Microsoft

Opera switching to WebKit: thoughts and guesses (via Adrian Roselli and Christian Heilmann)

Why Mozilla Matters

xkcd: App

I will miss the “Douglas Crockford of browsers” (via Brendan Eich)

A Few Signs That Your Project May Be In Some Serious Trouble

The Maintainer's Life (1)

Branching Is Easy. So? Git-flow Is Not Agile.

What can we(Eclipse community) learn from Libre Office?

GitHub for reviewing code

Don't use PHP libraries with known security issues

Exciting Stuff: Firefox 19′s Built-in PDF Viewer

Agile Anti-Patterns in Non-Blocking Development

Learn Git Branching

KumaScript: Bringing scripting to the wiki bears

From PHP hobbyist to pro Ruby developer course – 1, Setting up the hipster blog

Wipe the Drive – Shmoocon 2013

The Magazine: now with full-article sharing, web subscriptions (via Felix Salmon)

Introducing Google+ Sign-In: simple and secure, minus the social spam

Agile git Workflow

One (via Stuff Michael Meeks is doing)

Bypassing Google’s Two-Factor Authentication - Blog - Duo Security (via From the Treetops)


Converting Github issues into pull requests

The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice 4.0.1 (via Techrights) (via You can't take the sky from me.) (via Stuff Michael Meeks is doing)

RFC 6585 - Additional HTTP Status Codes (via Justin Mason's Weblog)

its a bird, is it a space station? no its a display server

Wait, dude, what?

20 Rules of Software Consulting

Rendering Markdown, Asciidoc and Friends automatically while Editing

GitHub Archive

Hacking Github with Webkit

Joel On Software: Town Car Version Control

Kiln Harmony Internals: the Basics

We're Building A Reader

Scripting News: If you're doing a new RSS reader... (via Planet Intertwingly)

Java: Not Even Once

Scripting News: Have you met your users?

Introducing SourceTree for Windows – a free desktop client for Git

Inner sourcing to open sourcing

Put Down Your Forks - Introducing Protected Branches

Coding Horror: Why Ruby?

day 200 release day

GitHub gains new prominence as the use of open source within governments grows (via Techrights and ReadWrite)