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Sourcegraph
Sourcegraph is a free, open-source, self-hosted code search and intelligence server that helps developers find, review, understand, and debug code. Use it with any Git code host for teams of any size. Start using it now, then install the Sourcegraph Docker image on your private code.
code  coding  dev  programming  source  browser  developer  search 
november 2018 by jppferguson
30 seconds of interviews
A curated collection of common web development interview questions to help you prepare for your next interview.
coding  css  interview  javascript  collection 
june 2018 by jppferguson
The Recurse Center
Become a better programmer. The Recurse Center is a free, three-month educational retreat for new and experienced programmers.
career  code  learning  programming  education  coding  community 
january 2017 by jppferguson
Scotch ♥ Developers bringing fire to the people.
We are a small and dedicated team of designers/developers. We focus on pushing the boundaries of standards based technologies.
blog  coding  community  design  ui 
march 2014 by jppferguson
Leave your code in a broken state
Here's a little practice I do. Before I take a break, or before I finish for the day, I like to leave code broken. As in, cannot compile. And with a note indicating what needs to be done next. This makes it easy to get into coding mode when you start again, because you have a direct goal instead of having to do a big planning session in your head.

The idea came from Richard Gabriel's "Patterns of Software", where he explains he always leaves his writing in the middle of a paragraph. I've done that quite often too, since reading that.
tips  coding  google+ 
january 2014 by jppferguson

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