Monthly Archives: November 2014
The hack.summit() conference is a virtual conference happening December 1-4. Some of the speakers I recognize include Kent Beck, Ward Cunningham, Grady Booch, and Tim O’Reilly. Registration is free with the code “DZONE” but consider contributing to help an array of non-profit programming alliances.
I spotted an article about the Hilbert language over on Hacker News this week. On the surface it looks like an interesting take on doing math at the keyboard which I have a standing interest in. But it appears to be in the very early stages, there’s very little in the way of documentation. On […]
Looking for a lightweight code editor? Here are a few that are worth a look. Brackets is open source and is rather full featured. It integrates with Chrome and updates a running browser window in real time as you make code changes. ATOM is also open source and is motivated to be “hackable to the […]