We all know that JSON and RESTful web services are the new darlings of the Internet and, to some extent, backend development these days. Their simplicity over other mechanisms are, undoubtedly, a good thing. However, a large amount of the backend development still (will continue to) rely on SOAP and other mechanisms to provide services. That’s why […]
Data structures are a recurring topic for any software engineer: be it because it’s required for pretty much any interview or because you need to find the most adequate solution to a problem you are working with. Nonetheless, there are a vast amount of them and it’s not always easy to remember about them. The list […]
NoSQL databases are some of the hottest topics in the IT industry in the moment. A beginner can easily feel swamped with the amount of documentation available. Since I am a beginner to NoSQL as well, I separated two links which I access every now and then: A Visual Guide to NoSQL explains how the […]
This thread on Reddit contains a large list of free stuff that you can find on the internet: from educational resources to software and other utilities. I found Ninite to be particularly interesting: it lets you create custom installers that will install all your software at once!
Coding Thread It Right: a post about how to thread it right in Perl. SSPS Beta: follow up with the latest development of SSPS. Other Interview (in Portuguese) about Career in IT
I have just found my definitive guide for setting up read/write NTFS on Mac OS X Lion. It’s available here.
This is a collection of links that I took fry my old blog (in Portuguese): Code Like a Girl Idiot Proof Website Software Fable Remember: This Stuff Is Supposed To Be Fun How To Write Unmaintainable Code Hidden Features Of: C C++ Perl and Others