Programming for the masses

Over the last year or so I have noticed a disturbing trend brought about by the idea of “brining programming to the masses”. Last April, according to Microsoft, there was a “growing community of 18 million recreational and hobbyist developers.” Even IBM was getting in to the mix, with... [Read More]

What's your nerd score?

I am nerdier than 96% of all people. Are you a nerd? Click here to find out! Yet another quirky personality test…the only problem is that I’m not sure I should be proud of this one… [Read More]

Superhero or Super Villain?

A funny yet thought provoking personality quiz, find out which super hero or super villain you are. My results are: You are Spider-Man Spider-Man 75% Green Lantern <hr width="70"... [Read More]

The best developers are generally underpaid

Earlier this week one of my good friends, Jason let me know that he just started a new blog. The thing that’s different about this blog is that it doesn’t focus on the technical side of things, but rather focuses on the software development industry as a whole.... [Read More]

.NET Open Source and Microsoft

Jeff Atwood of CodingHorror fame, as part of my new advertising initiative, is teaming up with Microsoft to donate $10,000 in support of open source .NET projects. From Jeff’s blog, he is focusing on .NET open source projects …because open source projects are treated as second-class citizens... [Read More]