4/29/2014 Article Links

Joke:

Two city slickers are driving home during a blinding winter storm and run out of gas in the middle of a forest. One says he thought there was a house over a hill, so they set off in the snow to try to reach it. Along the way, they stumble across some tracks and quickly get into an argument about whether they are deer tracks or rabbit tracks. Both are very loud, obnoxious types, thinking they know it all and they are very competitive, so they go on arguing rather loudly for quite a while, ratcheting up the volume as they start screaming at each other. So involved in their spat, they were, that they were both run over by the 2:00 A.M. freight train.

 

tl;dr

Stuff.

 

Web and mobile stuff:

iPhone gets ‘GPS-like’ geomagnetic-based app (Now you can finally find yourself)

16 Best Online Tools for Testing Code Snippets (Be sure to sharpen your scissors first)

SSH Kung Fu (Not to be confused or associated in any way with this product: Hai Karate)

Microsoft rushes to fix browser after attacks; no fix for XP users (No fix for you!)

Web SQL Database: In Memoriam (Oh, well)

Rebuilding An HTML5 Game In Unity ((Hey, let’s not play games, here)

EXTENDING THE WEB WITH COMPONENTS (Yeah, instead of compost like we used to…)

Chrome DevTools Features You May Have Missed (If you don’t know about them, how would you ever miss them?)

20 Useful Docs and Guides for Front-End Developers (Cherry-picked just for you – assuming you enjoy cherries)

Heroku joins other PaaS providers in supporting PHP (I’d prefer to PaaS on PHP, myself)

Famo.us, AngularJS pairing brings out the best of JavaScript (Fangular?)

 

Other stuff:

7 Ways to Advance Your Project Management Career (Ironically, each one corresponds to a deadly sin)

git-kick-base(1) Manual Page (Somebody had a little spare time)

Lessons learned from a cancelled project (Honk if you’ve been there, done that)

Stanford bioengineers create circuit board modeled on the human brain (Oh, good, now I can upgrade that buffalo chip I had been using for a brain)

Cloudera and MongoDB: ‘We’re better together’ (Joined at the bit)

The cloud rains on Big Software’s parade (Today’s forecast: Cloudy, with a 25% chance of profits)

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