Job Ads Should Always Be Edited Aug 1, 2015
Why Do People Still Not Expect The Spanish Inquisition? Jul 31, 2015
Sequencing Multiple Node Animations In Swift Jul 30, 2015
Sometimes Google Doesn’t Seem To Care Jul 16, 2015
After 3 Decades In Programming, Looking At the Next 3 Decades Jul 10, 2015
Before You Fix The Bug Make Sure You Understand It Exactly Jul 8, 2015
Down With Downvoting Jul 7, 2015
Swift Is Not Easy To Learn Jul 4, 2015
How I’ve Avoided Burnout During More Than 3 Decades As A Programmer Jul 1, 2015
Blog Engine Change Jun 29, 2015
Help Help A Monster Has Eaten My Entities! Jun 26, 2015
Might Be Something To The ISP Slowdown Jun 24, 2015
Censorship, The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement And You Jun 23, 2015
Replacing This Blog With Some New Code Is A Pain Jun 17, 2015
Why Pay Programmers Gold And Give Them Tools For Disney Dwarves Jun 11, 2015
Not Everything Apple Does Is Great, Sometimes It Just Sucks Jun 10, 2015
It's Hard Today To Know Where To Spend Your Time Learning Jun 9, 2015
Programming Without A Net May 18, 2015
Requirements Is A Word That Needs To Go Away May 11, 2015
Never Be A Programmer In A Suit Apr 30, 2015
What Makes a Programmer Good? Apr 4, 2015
Wanted: Dead Or Alive Programmer Mar 19, 2015
Picking Server Side Architectures Today Is Overwhelming Mar 15, 2015
Really Complex Travel Software Doesn't Exist For A Reason Mar 14, 2015
My Language Is Better Than Your Language Mar 3, 2015
What You Don't Know Will Hurt You Jan 31, 2015
Quality Requires QA Jan 19, 2015
The Big Bang And Other Stupidities Dec 2, 2014
Thankful To Be A Programmer Nov 26, 2014
The Story Of DeltaGraph Nov 23, 2014
Moved To New Server Nov 20, 2014
What Time Is Tomorrow? Tales From The Time Zone Oct 29, 2014
Everything Can't Be A Revolution Oct 18, 2014
Macworld Show, I Remember It Well Oct 14, 2014
I Am A Barbarian, Imprecisely Oct 3, 2014
Verizon's iPhone 6 Activation Is A Complete Joke Sep 19, 2014
Tales From The Dark Side Sep 17, 2014
Lessons From A Lifetime Of Being A Programmer Sep 6, 2014
The Art Of The Phone Screen Aug 21, 2014
The Fine Art Of Solving Strange Bugs Aug 14, 2014
The Problem With Angieslist.com and Ratings In General Jul 30, 2014
I'm Sick Of GOF Design Patterns Jul 29, 2014
Tilting At Windmills: Adventures In The US Healthcare System Jul 28, 2014
The Lesson My Dad Taught Me That Directly Influenced My Success As A Programmer Jul 24, 2014
Everything Is Insecure Jul 21, 2014
The Pain and Gain of Being Laid Off Jul 17, 2014
Monitor Or Fail Jul 14, 2014
To Swift Or Not To Swift, Yet Jul 9, 2014
Frameworks and Frankenstein Jul 7, 2014
Where Will The Next Generation Of Programmers Come From? Jul 6, 2014
Programming Is a Dead End Job May 3, 2014
What Writing - And Selling - Software Was Like In The 80's Apr 27, 2014
The Education of a Programmer Apr 13, 2014
Resurrecting The Dead Mar 30, 2014
Why Do I Blog? Mar 16, 2014
The Broken Camel Mar 15, 2014
Security Is Job 12 Mar 13, 2014
How Much Is That Seat By The Window; How Flight Reservations Work #2 Feb 27, 2014
Our iOS App Crash Rate Feb 5, 2014
Your Progress As A Programmer Is All Up To You Feb 3, 2014
How I Wound Up As An Early Mac Pioneer And Built Something Crazy Jan 24, 2014
Seven Years Ago Today Everything Changed. Again. Jan 9, 2014
My ISP Runs On Smoke Signals Jan 2, 2014
There Is No Evidence the NSA Can Hack iPhones Today Dec 31, 2013
Living In a Large Heterogeneous Travel Network Dec 28, 2013
The Future Is Hard To See Dec 26, 2013
Good Idea, Wrong Time Dec 7, 2013
iOS SpriteKit Physics is Box2d Dec 1, 2013
How Does Facebook Know What's In My Amazon Shopping Cart? Nov 27, 2013
Failure Is The Engine That Drives The Future Nov 26, 2013
You're Doing It Wrong! Nov 24, 2013
94% Of Projects Fail, Or Maybe 59% Oct 27, 2013
Your Smartphone Is Always Talking To People Oct 20, 2013
Engineering Truth: How the Internet Pumps Up The Lies Oct 19, 2013
What Is Software Quality? Oct 6, 2013
My First HealthCare.gov Experience Oct 3, 2013
Today My Job Became Toast Aug 22, 2013
Giving Feedburner The Finger Aug 19, 2013
We've Always Been At War With Eastasia Aug 19, 2013
40 Years Ago This Month I Wrote My First Line Of Code Aug 11, 2013
Is It Time To Abandon HTTP? Aug 3, 2013
Things in IT You Never Want To Hear I've Actually Heard Jul 29, 2013
How I Did Agile Long Before It Was A Thing Jul 20, 2013
Too Many Projects, Not Enough Brains Jul 7, 2013
Lessons in Leadership From the Battle of Gettysburg Jul 1, 2013
Why Doesn't Apple License StackOverflow's Forum Software? Jun 24, 2013
WWDC Coolness Is Back In Fashion Jun 11, 2013
The US Government Is Spying On You - But Are They Any Good At It? Jun 6, 2013
Interview Programmers Like Your Pants Were On Fire Jun 4, 2013
Hacker Monthly Published One of My Posts Jun 2, 2013
The Programming Steamroller Waits For No One Jun 1, 2013
As Long As I Live, I Will Never Buy Another Product From AVID Jun 1, 2013
Actually Going To WWDC This Year But the First One Was Special May 21, 2013
Bug Story - The Lost Cars of Branson May 8, 2013
WWDC Signup Was A Big Fail Apr 25, 2013
The Programmer Skill People Rarely Ask About In Interviews Apr 23, 2013
Crazy Will Always Be With Us Apr 19, 2013
I've Won A Free iPhone 6! Or Not Apr 15, 2013
What the Hell Is Really Agile? Apr 9, 2013
Fixing Customer Service Costs Money, But Not As Much As Angry Customers Apr 3, 2013
How I Helped Convince Steve Jobs To Return To Apple Mar 31, 2013
How Flight Reservations Work - Part 1 Mar 23, 2013
My Job As A Programmer Is To Make Testers Miserable Mar 21, 2013
When Did I Do Something Hard? Mar 16, 2013
The SimCity Debacle From a Different Direction Mar 10, 2013
Why Do I Use A Mac? Mar 5, 2013
My First Programming Job in 1981, and How It Shaped My Career Mar 3, 2013
AT&T Cell Network Kills Long Running Queries At 45 Seconds Feb 16, 2013
I Fear Our Mobile Group Being Forced To Follow Scrum Feb 16, 2013
Things On Your Website I Hate Feb 9, 2013
Programmers Should Not Test Their Own Code Feb 5, 2013
If Your Website Or Search Isn't As Fast As Google, It's Too Slow Jan 20, 2013
Finally, Someone Tries To Make Recruiting Better Jan 16, 2013
Life is Too Short to Work For Stupid People Jan 9, 2013
Ever Take a Minute And Realize How Freaking Amazing Programming Is? Jan 5, 2013
How Hotel Reservations Work Dec 25, 2012
Take One Line in the Constitution and Add Lawyers To Make A Mess Dec 13, 2012
Copy and Pasting Code Should Be Illegal Dec 3, 2012
Quality is Not Job 0xff: There is No Good Enough Nov 20, 2012
What Programmers Want Is Less Stupid And More Programming Nov 2, 2012
Email Software, The One Thing No One Works On, and Everyone Hates Oct 27, 2012
The Venture Capitalists, They Must Be Crazy Oct 17, 2012
The Week 100,000 Visitors Read My Blog Oct 11, 2012
Yes I Still Want To Be Doing This at 56 Oct 4, 2012
How Much Difference Can Capitalization Make? Oct 2, 2012
How To Succeed At a Job Interview Without Really Trying Sep 26, 2012
I'm Sorry But The Revolution In Smartphones Is Long Over Sep 12, 2012
How a Fox, a Chicken, a Teacher and a Lame VP Made Me A Programmer Sep 11, 2012
Given Enough Data, Could You Build an Internet Lie Detector? Sep 3, 2012
Why Can't Someone Do An Airline Startup Like Apple? Aug 29, 2012
Isn't About Time To Kill the Patent System Altogether? Aug 25, 2012
Coding Under the Watchful Eye of a Lawyer is Not My Cup Of Tea Aug 23, 2012
OSX Messages Is So Secure It Won't Log Me In Aug 20, 2012
Bad Software, Worse Solutions: Programming Will Always Be Hard Aug 8, 2012
Mountain Lion Mail - Kind of a Drag Aug 6, 2012
Sometimes Programming Is Like Building Your Car While Driving Down the Road Jul 22, 2012
5 Years of iPhone Jun 29, 2012
Why Are Technology Companies Sometimes Lead By Stupid People Jun 8, 2012
Cmon Apple, Identifying an HDCP Display Is Not Too Much To Ask in iTunes Jun 5, 2012
The EU/UK Cookie Law is One Big Fail May 27, 2012
Of agile Goats and Agile Hippos May 15, 2012
Interviews Can Be a Terrible Way to Identify Good Programmers May 1, 2012
Your Customers Don't Care About What's Wrong With Your Technology Apr 18, 2012
Is Technology Getting Too Complicated For Security To Keep Up? Apr 9, 2012
Too Much Specialization Is Making Programming a Poorer Experience Apr 2, 2012
In 2012, a Website Demanding IE5 or Better is Beyond Embarrassing Mar 29, 2012
Was I the First Programmer to Use A Hierarchical Menu in A Commercial App? Mar 27, 2012
The Codist in the Cloud Mar 26, 2012
Safari 5.1.4 Update Seems to Have Broken Google Mar 14, 2012
Why I Don't Do Unpaid Overtime and Neither Should You Feb 26, 2012
Another Xcode Version, Another Example of Crappy Apple QA Feb 18, 2012
Seeing What Life In An App Store Top 10 Is Like Feb 17, 2012
Pay An Apple App Store Download Bot? Not Me Feb 14, 2012
Server Upgrade Test - Please Ignore Feb 3, 2012
Your Security Sucks Jan 16, 2012
How Much Work Space Is Necessary For a Programmer? Jan 3, 2012
Why Do So Many Large Websites Fail Basic HTML 101? Jan 1, 2012
Computer Furniture Sucks Dec 19, 2011
Article - Recording Everything: Digital Storage as an Enabler of Authoritarian Governments Dec 16, 2011
Rare Steve Jobs Video From 1980 - Gizmodo Dec 13, 2011
Why I Don't Think Twitter Has a Future Dec 12, 2011
Fixing a Nasty Physically Modeled Engine Bug in an FPS Game Dec 12, 2011
iOS, ARC, Storyboards and UIViewController Trace Dec 6, 2011
What Is the Best Technology to Write a Web App With Today? Dec 6, 2011
There Are No Absolutes in Programming Dec 4, 2011
Rumors of the Death Of Email Is Greatly Exaggerated Nov 29, 2011
Priceless Source Code (Well To Me Anyway) - Trapeze Nov 27, 2011
The Act of Programming Has Not Changed In Decades Nov 26, 2011
The Two Sides of the Interview Process Dance Nov 22, 2011
Thinking Of Releasing Source Of My Latest Game on iOS Nov 16, 2011
The SOPA Ropa Dopa Nov 16, 2011
Write a Job Ad Like You Really Want a Good Developer And Not a Murderer Nov 15, 2011
XCode 4.2 Debugger Fails To Symbolicate Stack Traces Nov 14, 2011
Testing Twitter Feed Nov 14, 2011
Offshoring and a Job No One Wants Nov 11, 2011
What is the Future of FPS Game Design? Nov 10, 2011
Response to "Are We Really Going to Accept an Interface of the Future That Is Less Expressive Than a Sandwich?" Nov 9, 2011
In the Real World Memorization is Overrated Nov 8, 2011
Donald Knuth Rocks Nov 7, 2011
10% Coding and 90% Thinking or Just Code It 10 Times Nov 5, 2011
In the Story of the Blind Men and the Elephant, I Guess I'm the One With The Trunk Nov 4, 2011
The iPad Revolution is Just Getting Started Nov 3, 2011
Apple to Require Sandboxing in Mac App Store Apps As of March 2012 Nov 2, 2011
There is No Silver Bullet In Software Development Nov 2, 2011
Google Reader Redesign Makes No Sense Nov 1, 2011
Objects in the Job Description May Be Fuzzier Than They Appear Oct 29, 2011
Quality Should Be Job Zero, Not Zero Quality Oct 27, 2011
If You Interviewing Programmers Like This, You Are Doing It Wrong Oct 25, 2011
A Little Light Music Oct 21, 2011
The Cloud Will Fail In Your Neighborhood Oct 18, 2011
Don't Tell Me Someone Failed Web Programming 101 Again Oct 18, 2011
More Xcode Debugger Stupidities Oct 9, 2011
I've Owned Almost Everything Steve Jobs Created, Sadly No More Oct 5, 2011
Shakespeare, Unicorns and the End of Recruiters Sep 25, 2011
Finding A Bug in Google Search Sep 24, 2011
QA! QA? We don't need no stinking QA! Sep 22, 2011
Xcode 4.X still has a sucky debugger(s) Jul 31, 2011
I Dream of Dynamically Generated Cities Jun 26, 2011
Go Ye Out and Build a New Facebook Jun 20, 2011
What's My Motivation? Jun 15, 2011
The Application Updatability Curve Jun 12, 2011
The Stone Age to Wells Fargo Online Banking, We Want Our Technology Back Jun 5, 2011
I See the Future of the Games Industry and It's Procedurally Generated May 7, 2011
Is It Possible to Know Too Many Things? May 4, 2011
GLSL Shader Development - Make Your Own Tool, Fool Mar 28, 2011
Fighting the Good War - Against MMO Cheaters Mar 17, 2011
Becoming An MMO Game Programmer Mar 13, 2011
Blog Redesign Mar 8, 2011
Non Automated Blog Comment Spam Sucks Jan 5, 2011
If You Don't Want Your Data on Wikileaks Try Better Security Nov 29, 2010
Building an Automated Crossword Puzzle Generator Oct 22, 2010
HTML5 test Sep 25, 2010
Does It Make Any Sense Today to Use Java for Web Applications? Sep 16, 2010
N Things I Hope to Never See Again in IT (but Expect To) - Part I Sep 13, 2010
Superman Wanted Sep 9, 2010
Multi Threaded Problem With People As Computer Aug 30, 2010
WTF Is An Unknown Error? Aug 23, 2010
Apple and AT&T Have My iPhone in Limbo Aug 23, 2010
Come On, Hire a Professional Jul 27, 2010
OpenGL and OS X - Falling Behind Jul 9, 2010
I Am a Programmer Jul 7, 2010
OpenGL ES 2.0 Documentation May 27, 2010
PHP in Java: Quercus Apr 12, 2010
The Mind Of Apple Has Changed Before Apr 11, 2010
Who Knew Ordering an iPad Would Expose the Seedy Underbelly of Shipping Contracts Apr 3, 2010
I Think People Are Wrong About Apple's iPad Jan 27, 2010
Versions - Really Nice SVN Client For Mac Jan 11, 2010
Personal Note Dec 9, 2009
Using OpenCL In Snow Leopard For A New Application Sep 4, 2009
What Did Steve Do For Apple Aug 24, 2009
Why Not Agents For Programmers? Aug 23, 2009
Kissing the App Store Goodbye Aug 1, 2009
Bailout Bucks Finally Released Jul 15, 2009
Why Do You Love Programming? Jul 12, 2009
Why Is Your Computer System Down? Jun 23, 2009
Waiting For Bubba May 24, 2009
Programmers Like Being In Control - Until You Hit Cancer, When You Aren't May 22, 2009
My App Rejection #3, Now Apple Forbids Mentioning iPhone 3.0 In Help File May 12, 2009
The App Store Is a Classic Example Of A Broken Business Process May 10, 2009
The Future Of Programming Is May 7, 2009
My App Rejected By The App Store Because It Could Be Used To 'Ridicule Public Figures' Apr 17, 2009
What Do You Tell People You Are And What You Do Mar 9, 2009
Man That's A Lotta Ram Mar 6, 2009
How A Web Newspaper Should Be Built Feb 27, 2009
WTF IT Stories #6: The Unnecessary Elephant Feb 24, 2009
Joining the iPhone Application Train Feb 23, 2009
My Macintosh Experiences of 25 Years Ago Jan 23, 2009
The Joys Of Objective-C and Interface Builder Jan 14, 2009
The iPhone Is Not A Phone, It's A Platform Dec 11, 2008
The Tools I Use Dec 1, 2008
I Am A Better Programmer Than You Nov 20, 2008
OpenCL Coming Soon To A Supercomputer Near You Nov 19, 2008
Good Way To Keep Up With iPhone Apps Nov 12, 2008
Too Many Technologies; Not Enough Brains Nov 10, 2008
No Silver Bullet Reloaded - Summary From OOPSLA 2007 Oct 22, 2008
More Thoughts On Resumes and a New Idea Oct 17, 2008
Resumes Are Mostly Useless Oct 16, 2008
Feedburner Broken? Oct 16, 2008
Agile, Post-Agile, Scrum, XP, Heavyweight, Waterfall, SDLC, Oh My! Oct 14, 2008
There Is Still No Silver Bullet In Programming Oct 13, 2008
My iPhone Game: Early Design Decisions Oct 9, 2008
Things In IT I Am So Tired Off Oct 7, 2008
phpdox.net - New Ajax Powered PHP Documentation Site (Written By Me) Oct 6, 2008
Turbo Productivity In Programming Is The Only Thing Oct 5, 2008
Blog Moved! Oct 2, 2008
SQLite and NFS Not Very Nice Sep 17, 2008
Please Help Test New Blog Code Sep 5, 2008
Whip IE6 Now Sep 3, 2008
Developing With Just-In-Time Information Aug 21, 2008
MAMP, Best Thing For PHP On OS X Aug 18, 2008
Rendering PHP Template To String Aug 5, 2008
HIPAA, Your Healthcare Privacy, And IT Aug 5, 2008
How Does Your Organization Handle Production Access? Aug 3, 2008
Professor Dewar Is A Very Smart Smart Smart ... Moron Jul 28, 2008
Using PHP. Yes, PHP! Jul 27, 2008
Apple RSS feed page, including top iPhone App feed Jul 25, 2008
Loading The Whole Internet In One Web Page Jun 6, 2008
A Tale Of Two Waterfalls May 4, 2008
Writing Multithreaded Code Is Like Juggling Chainsaws Feb 4, 2008
If Java Is A Dinosaur, Then I Must Be In The Triassic Era Jan 7, 2008
Ask Me How Much I Hate XCode and C Dec 11, 2007
Apple Is Now Worth More Than IBM! Oct 21, 2007
What Is Experience? (Or Why EJBs Are Like Lobsters) Oct 15, 2007
Interview Technique: A Topdown Approach Sep 23, 2007
Writing A Web Application Framework, One More Time, Again Sep 17, 2007
How Much Privacy Are You Willing To Give Up For A Job? Sep 9, 2007
A Web Framework In Scala Sep 9, 2007
Am I Too Old To Be A Programmer? Aug 16, 2007
Apple's Numbers Spreadsheet - Like My Trapeze Spreadsheet But 20 Years Later Aug 6, 2007
Looking For Work Is More Work Than Working Aug 1, 2007
Index Mining, A New Search Approach and Interface For Certain Document Collections Jul 26, 2007
Link: What Makes Google Tick Jul 24, 2007
The Open Source Frameworks I Use Jul 22, 2007
The Code Less Traveled: Thinking Different In A Uniform World Jul 18, 2007
Here's a Book I Might Even Buy: Programming Erlang Jul 17, 2007
It's Time For The Dinosaurs Of Development To Go Extinct Jul 12, 2007
What Tools I Use For Web Development Jul 11, 2007
CSS Selector Performance In MacOSX Browsers Jul 10, 2007
You've Built a Great Technology, Now What? (My Dilemma) Jul 9, 2007
Ah The Joys Of Cool Technology Jul 2, 2007
Another Blog Software Update Jul 2, 2007
The Mythical Man-Month - 32 Years Old And Still Relevant Jul 1, 2007
HeapManager - My Old C Memory Allocator Jul 1, 2007
Site Redesign Jun 30, 2007
Anatomy of a SPAM Blogger Jun 26, 2007
What the Heck Could You Do With 16 Exabytes? Jun 25, 2007
Open Source IS Innovative Jun 21, 2007
Software is Evolutionary and Revolutionary Jun 18, 2007
Ack! Bugz! Jun 14, 2007
Programmer Job Ads: It's A Bird! It's A Plane! It's SuperCoderCoolMan! Jun 13, 2007
A Trip Down Memory Management Lane Jun 11, 2007
Scala: An Interesting Language Jun 7, 2007
OSX and Vista Jun 5, 2007
The Stupidity Of Interviews Jun 3, 2007
A Programmer Metaphor: The Farmer and the Cowboy Jun 2, 2007
WTF Stories #5 : The Weasely Recruiter May 22, 2007
RSS Change : Full Feeds May 21, 2007
Take This Career And Shove It May 20, 2007
Why Customer Needs and IT Requirements Don't Always Intersect May 15, 2007
A Sql Challenge: Find Available Appointment Times May 13, 2007
SQL Injections: How Not To Get Stuck May 7, 2007
Web Design Stinkyness #1 May 6, 2007
Will Industry Ever Learn, Copy Protection Never Works Apr 30, 2007
Programmers Are from Mars, Project Managers Are Sometimes from Hell Apr 29, 2007
A Thank You From Robert Fulghum Apr 25, 2007
We Are All Open Source Billionaires Apr 24, 2007
Coprolitic Programming Apr 22, 2007
Building A Virtual Department Store Apr 19, 2007
So You Want To Become A Programmer? Apr 16, 2007
Domain Change Complete Apr 12, 2007
Domain Name Changing Apr 10, 2007
Kindergarten, The Digg Effect, Shared Hosting and Traffic Rankings Apr 8, 2007
All I Need To Know To Be A Better Programmer I Learned In Kindergarten Apr 4, 2007
New Mac Pro With 8 Cores Apr 3, 2007
Your Brain On Code:What Makes You Able To Program Apr 2, 2007
Links: Yahoo On Web/Ajax Peformance Apr 1, 2007
FBI Overreaches On McCain Prank Mar 29, 2007
TJX - Insecurity Through Stupidity [CARTOON] Mar 28, 2007
Building My Cheap, Scalable, High-Volume Query Site Mar 27, 2007
Amazon's Commerce API (Not For Me) Mar 25, 2007
My Own Successful Startup Story ... In 1984 Mar 25, 2007
Warning Signs Your Web Application Project May Fail Mar 24, 2007
Impressive CMS I found Mar 22, 2007
What a Sad Web World We Live In Mar 18, 2007
Project Success, Project Failure, How Do You Tell the Difference? Mar 17, 2007
Link: Good Article On Immutability and Thread Safety In Java 5 Mar 17, 2007
WTF Stories #4: Tales From the Dot Bomb Squad Mar 15, 2007
Building a Better Amazon.com Experience Mar 13, 2007
13 Ways to Avoid Building Web Applications That Suck Mar 12, 2007
If Being A Programmer Were Like Being An Air Traffic Controller Mar 12, 2007
How to Screw up Choosing a Vendor:First Form a Committee... Mar 10, 2007
Next Generation Java IOC Mar 7, 2007
WTF IT Stories #3: The 30 Minute Endless Loop Mar 7, 2007
In Praise Of Simplicity In Our Programming Lives Mar 6, 2007
Link: Good Thread On IT Recruiter Markups Mar 6, 2007
The Naked Ajax Application Mar 4, 2007
Not Quite Your Grandma's MVC Pattern Feb 27, 2007
Programming Great Programmers Feb 26, 2007
Good Programmers Do Like to Code; It's All the Other Crap They Don't Like Feb 25, 2007
WTF Stories #2: Here Little Virus, Virus Feb 21, 2007
The Codist Confronts a Burglar Breaking Down His Door Feb 19, 2007
Anatomy Of A Successful Project #1, Fuzzy Vehicle Search Engine Feb 18, 2007
WTF IT Stories #1: It's Not The Database, Stupid! Feb 10, 2007
10 Years Since Michael Dell Wanted Apple To Go Away Feb 10, 2007
Why I Would Want Steve Job's Job Feb 7, 2007
The Absolute Need To Understand Feb 5, 2007
A (Possible) Solution to Finding Good Programmers or a Good Job Jan 31, 2007
A Very Cool Language: Clean Jan 30, 2007
The Evolution Of A Programmer Jan 25, 2007
A Programming Language List Jan 24, 2007
The Joy Of Programming Jan 21, 2007
If I Had A VC's Ear, What Would I Pitch? Jan 19, 2007
Matching Smart Programmers With Great Jobs: There Has To Be A Better Way Jan 16, 2007
Having a Broad Resume Is Bad News for Finding a Contract Position Jan 14, 2007
Steve Jobs Doesn't Put up Crap and Neither Should You Jan 10, 2007
The Real Revolution in the iPhone Is the Fully Programmable User Interface Jan 9, 2007
Now I Understand Why Apple Built the Dashcode IDE for Widgets: the iPhone Jan 8, 2007
Behind the Curtain: the Smell You Smell May Be Your Company Software Jan 6, 2007
More Thoughts On Finding Good Programmer Employees Jan 3, 2007
So What Is A Good Programmer Employee Anyway? Jan 2, 2007
Programming Today Is Too Hard: Shouldn't It Be Getting Easier? Dec 16, 2006
The SDLC Software Development Process: A Waterfall Pig With Lipstick Dec 15, 2006
The Future Of Computing Is Dynamic Interpreted Languages Running On A VM, Part 1 Dec 13, 2006
Popularity Poll Of Web Page Technologies Dec 12, 2006
Followup To: I Will Never Understand the Appeal Of PHP Dec 11, 2006
I Will Never Understand the Appeal Of PHP Dec 9, 2006
The Mighty CTO (Link) Dec 6, 2006
Followup To The Big Bang Disaster: Microsoft Vista Dec 4, 2006
Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay: An Interview With Jetty's Greg Wilkins Dec 2, 2006
Software Project Disaster Types: #6 The Big Bang Dec 2, 2006
Software Project Disaster Types: #5 The Kitchen Sinkhole Dec 2, 2006
Software Project Disaster Types: #3 Sisyphus and #4 Ten-Foot-Pole Dec 2, 2006
Survived the Front Page of Reddit Dec 2, 2006
Info Dec 2, 2006
New blog software Dec 2, 2006
Signed up at java.blogs, yet again Dec 2, 2006
H2 database rocks Dec 2, 2006
JIHAD, not as catchy as LAMP but my tools of choice Dec 2, 2006
Textmate, the best OSX text editor Dec 2, 2006
The Freedom To Innovate; The Freedom To Be Stupid Dec 2, 2006
Multi Threading in Half-Life 2 Dec 2, 2006
Software Project Disaster Types: #1 The Train Wreck Dec 2, 2006
Software Project Disaster Types: #2 The Death March Dec 2, 2006
Write Your Own Database, Again: An Interview With The Author Of H2, Thomas Mueller Dec 2, 2006
60 Percent of Codist Readers Use Firefox Dec 2, 2006
Leaving my job Dec 2, 2006