1. >> Staying healthy as a programmer

    2016-06-22

    Disclaimer In this post I link to some specific products. These links serve as examples and are by no means direct reccomendations. Some of these are just the result of a quick web search. If you decide to buy stuff, do your research, figure out what exactly you need and ...

  2. >> Emacs From a Vim Addict’s Perspective

    2016-03-03

    I have been playing around in Emacs lately. Vim has been the core of my workflow for half a decade now, and I just cannot imagine going back to non-modal editing anymore. I will now explain, why I might just switch to emacs in the long-term.

    If you compare Emacs ...

  3. >> Why you need fuzz testing

    2016-02-23

    Unittesting is an important part of building reliable software, although by far not the only one. But many programmers misunderstand the purpose of unittests. Classic unittests have two purposes: They force you to develop a spec and enforce it, and they can protect you against regression when refactoring or otherwise ...

  4. >> Can Software Die?

    2016-02-07

    Software can be classified as alive. Not using the Wikipedia definition of alive, because that requires biological processes, but philosophically seen software is kind of like a living organism. There are constant changes as the software evolves, adapts to environmental changes and grows new features.

    But what if it stops ...

  5. >> Why I use Pomodoro

    2016-01-11

    Almost every programmer knows what it means to get in the zone. That weird feeling you get at two in the morning while working on a side-project, when the the time flies by and suddenly all important features are done. Mastering the zone is a crucial element of maximizing your ...

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