An article with screenshots (glad to see someone realizes that geeks love screenshots) giving step-by-step instructions on moving to the 2.6 Kernel.
Anyone who is tackling large PHP projects or enjoys reusing their code should definitely take a look at this. Hell, every PHP programmer should take […]
Shaping up to be a great book that teaches Ruby in layman’s terms that even a hardcore geek can appreciate.
A classic essay comparing hackers to painters and further proving why programming is an art.
Article describing how a template engine should be done in PHP. Great read for those who are turned away by Smarty’s custom syntax.
It can be a pain to setup at times, but with this article things get a lot easier. I will admit though that the configurations […]
A great tutorial explaining the importance of using functional specs when beginning a programming project. This is really a well done document.
A great site that offers free audio conversations from leaders in the IT industry. I particularly enjoyed the Tim O’Reilly: The Software Paradigm Shift discussion.
Interesting view (no flamewar) on why geeks chose their current platform. I would prefer to have Linux as my current platform, but ASP.Net development and […]
Who knew that MySQL could pull in $10 million in sales? Man I wish I had more time to play with that kind of stuff. […]
Ars Technica has decided to add 2 new forums to its already impressive array of forums. Looking forward to seeing what happens in the Boardroom […]
Who the hell comes up with these names? Being a geek is cool because I can remember a lot of things, but it doesn’t mean […]