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Decision making, problem solving, introducing ideas, being influencial

Usually when people think about software development, they just have the typical nerds in mind, shy but smart, introvert people sitting in (often) dark rooms hammering down obscure ...
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Use KISS consciously

A while ago I wrote about few design paradigms to keep in mind when designing and implementing a certain component. Among them, the famous K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple, Stupid) kept on ...
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Verifying Secure Password Storage Externally

Many websites (including big ones like Adobe, Yahoo, LinkedIn, Gawker, etc.) store user passwords insecurely. Either in plain text, or encrypted (reversible), or using a broken or brute-forceable ...
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Software Version Controlling Best Practices

Always use version controlling Use version controlling/source control even if one developer exists. This issue brings change tracking and versioning of the application continuously. ...
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Caching best practices

Introduction There is an irresistible attraction to writing custom caching solutions, since it seems to be the easiest path to “improving” the overall application performance. Well, ...
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An Open Source License to Increase Your Street Credibility

Many of us geeks don’t really care about users, tractions, etc. when we spam GitHub with our little toy projects. I mean, who knows if we really have the time to maintain them? Certainly, ...
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The Foreman Role in a Team

There is a lot of discussion about the need for a foreman role in a software team. Robert C. Martin wrote about it in Where is the Foreman? I recently read a post by David Tanzer who ...
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Dependency inversion: the structure logarithm

Re-examining benefits. Through the corroded dripping pipes of transitive dependencies, ripple effects gush. Programmers sometimes spend arduous days clambering down into the darkened ...
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We Need More Foremen

This week I read a blog post titled Where is the Foreman by Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin. It made me think. Uncle Bob suggests that a software development team should have a foreman ...
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Why We Need More Complex Programming Languages (Yes, You Heard Me Right!)

My daughter is learning how to read right now.  As I was thinking about this blog post, I just walked past my wife and her working on some very basic reading skills.  It is quite ...
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