Link Bundle – May 28

What Science Fiction Can Teach Developers Casey Charlton gives some insight as to what science fiction can teach developers. It is a very interesting read ending a the statement, “most documentation is totally and utterly worthless.” OpenID: Does The World Really Need Yet Another Username and Password? Jeff Atwood gives a very well written analysis …

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Link Bundle – May 21

Managing and applying database changes with LiquiBase Federico Cargnelutti gives a quick demonstration of how to use LiquiBase, an open source, DBMS-independent library for tracking, managing and applying database changes. Fibonacci Functions DeWitt Clinton writes a very interesting article which analyzes the differences in several programming languages by comparing implementations of the fibonacci algorithm. TuneGlue: …

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Link Bundle – May 14

Log memory usage using declare and ticks in PHP Dave Marshall, a web developer living in Hull, England, share a really quick and simple trick to allow you to monitor the memory usage of a PHP script. Thanks, Dave! Magnify’s Really Cool Video and Image Search Tool for Blogs Mashable.com brings you a review of …

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Link Bundle – May 7

Javascript Wolfenstein 3D Here is a little nostalgia for you gamers out there. The Nihilogic site has created the Wolfenstein 3D video game using Javascript, Canvas and a little AJAX. Pretty cool. Improving Code Readability With CSS Styleguides Smashing Magazine brings you a great article on some “best of” practices for keeping your CSS code …

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Link Bundle – April 30

Insoshi: Best Social Network Platform Evar Mashable covers an open source platform for creating your own social network. Insoshi is built with Ruby on Rails and looks like it has most of the bells and whistles that come with modern social networks. Lycos On the Auction Bloc Interested in competing with Google, Yahoo and Microsoft …

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Link Bundle – April 23

Apple Designing It’s Own CPUs? Apple has announced an agreement to buy a boutique microprocessor design company called PA Semi. Hey Steve, what are you up to now? NASA – Duct Tape Saves The Day! NASA shares a story of how astronauts used duct tape to repair the Apollo 17 moonbuggy. Dilbert Goes Open Source …

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Link Bundle – April 16

Google Earth 4.3 Released Mashable gives the lowdown on the new version of Google Earth Where’s Our Real World Data Portability? Josh Catone at Read Write Web talks about data on the internet. What does data portability mean? Twitter Saves Man From Egyptian Justice TechCrunch covers an incident of a man using Twitter to get …

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Link Bundle – April 9

App Engine: Host Your Apps with Google Brady Forrest over at O’Reilly Radar gives us the low-down on the new Google App Engine project. This is a hosted platform for creating web applications, including storage, auto-scaling, Google’s processing power and a datastore. Hack Your Mid-Week Routine To Enjoy The Coming Weekend Hyder at Everybody Go …

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Link Bundle – March 19

Happy Hump Day! Here are just a few links to help you survive the rest of the week. Gamer’s Tools Review: Logitech G15 Keyboard and G9 Mouse – Ilya Kochanov reviews two peripherals that could take your gaming to the next level. 5 Types Of People You Need To Stay Away From On The Web …

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Tech Bundle – September 21

10 Things You Need to Know About WordPress 2.3 – The big news of the week! WordPress is releasing version 2.3 on Monday, September 24. This article outlines some of the new features you can expect… including tags! 25+ Ways To Synchronize Your Bookmarks – This article on Mashable.com is a great list of tools …

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