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First Aid Git is your Free Search Engine for Git Help
First Aid Git is a powerful webapp aimed towards Git users who still haven't mastered the workflow. It's an FAQ with hints & code snippets.
git  help  search  stackoverflow  resource  list  referential  dev  developer  coding 
september 2015 by vonc
Guide to 3rd Party Routers in Go
Go package net/http provides a lot of things so that we can build web apps without that much code. But the routing capabilities of http.Handle(pattern, handler) is very basic. So basic you can only have static routes. That's why we need to use a better (3rd party) router, but there's a lot of routers with different features and we can easily get lost and not able to choose which one to use.
go  golang  router  list  guiode  comparison  http  web  server  coding  webdev 
november 2014 by vonc
Stackeo | Daily curation of the latest and hottest coding tools.
Discover a daily curated selection of the latest and
hottest coding tools shared by developers, for developers.
search  list  currated  tools  coding  developers 
november 2014 by vonc
Go Lint lints Go source files on GitHub, Bitbucket and Google Project Hosting using the lint package.
golang  style  analysis  coding  go 
october 2013 by vonc
GitHub | CrunchBase Profile
GitHub edit
GitHub is a social network for programmers. Git is a distributed software management program created by Linus Torvalds, originally for the Linux Kernel Development. GitHub is a hosted Git repository. Github allows you to take part in collaboration by forking projects, sending and pulling requests, and monitoring development.
numbers  github  social  crowdsourcing  collaboration  coding 
may 2013 by vonc
Complication is What Happens When You Try to Solve a Problem You Don't Understand | SIGPWNED
Complication is What Happens When You Try to Solve a Problem You Don't Understand
Submitted by andy on Fri, 05/04/2012 - 22:32 programming serious business software
Code should be simple. Code should be butt simple. Code should be so simple that there’s no way it can be misunderstood. Good code has no nooks. Good code has no crannies. Good code is a round room with no corners for bugs to hide in.

We all know this. So why does most code suck?

Because it’s written by people who don’t understand the problem they’re trying to solve.

What is a Program
To make a gross oversimplification, a program is nothing but a model of things (for the sake of discussion, call them “objects”) and rules for how those things interact with each other.
development  philosophy  kiss  simplicity  coding  complexity  programming 
may 2012 by vonc
Java Coding Standards
Java Coding standards. Lots of them:
java  c++  coding  conventions  code  standard  spaces  tabs 
september 2009 by vonc
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