A complaint that I have with pretty much every programming language manual I’ve ever read, is that they almost never start by telling you how to get the tools you need. Sure, they tell you how to install the basic compiler or interpreter for the language, information you could easily discover by following the first […]
A young developer newly embedded in the enthusiast programmer community could be forgiven for believing certain truths to be self-evident: that most people use Apple computers. That most websites are written in Ruby, NodeJS or Java. That most tech jobs are at Internet app startups. The truth is little different:
An update on the site intrusion which took out this blog for several days, and the steps I’ve taken to repair the damage and prevent future attacks.