@lifebalance's Link Blog Oct - 14 10 th Stroustrup: FAQ Stroustrup: “A good mentor is the best help a student can have; maybe that's why they are not easy to find.” http://t.co/Kr6UvefiwI #4thR 9 th Healthcare IT start-up funding fueling digital disruption – Accenture @AccentureHealth: 5 key drivers are sparking business opportunities & #digitalhealth start-up funding. #healthIT http://t.co/7YSrB2a4FE … 8 th McDonald's Japan on the brink- Nikkei Asian Review “‘...people have decided that foods sold at street stalls are safer than our products,’ lamented a veteran worker.” http://t.co/uXTcCphiAh 7 th Twelve Benefits of Writing Unit Tests First | Software Development: A Love-Hate Relationship “The first thing you ask is ‘How will I know that I’ve solved the problem?’” http://t.co/GLmvT1AEgd #4thR 6 th Sorry Google, Your Programming Test Is Not A Valid Measurement Of My Skills - DZone Agile Sorry Google, Your Programming Test Is Not A Valid Measurement Of My Skills | Javalobby http://t.co/snvZzDUgom #4thR 5 th Motherfucking Website ""Good design is as little design as possible." - some German motherfucker" http://t.co/rgXW6ZZU5q 4 th Test-Driven Development Isn't Testing “Once you start looking at your test cases as a description of the software design, they start to look different.” http://t.co/nJYG7aYQrH 3 rd Twelve Benefits of Writing Unit Tests First | Software Development: A Love-Hate Relationship “The first thing you ask is ‘How will I know that I’ve solved the problem?’” http://t.co/N3p2CnAske #TDD #BDD #4thR 2 nd 20 Kick-ass programming quotes Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand http://t.co/K5jTw3mC1g 1 st 20 Kick-ass programming quotes Most good programmers do #programming not because they expect to get paid, but because it is fun to program http://t.co/qpseEQa0oy @SPACEdotcom: MOM has sent back an amazing picture of Mars. http://t.co/m5q1QOotul http://t.co/ACBzkGASEh Sep - 14 30 th 20 Kick-ass programming quotes Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand http://t.co/N8lFE6QQPK 28 th Cucumber JVM #BDD artifacts for String Calculator at http://t.co/8p0kDYJPyF http://t.co/Mmj5kDW62w 27 th cukeJava/README.md at master · kgashok/cukeJava · GitHub "How much more fun can testing get?" http://t.co/6Pxais3xhj #Cucumber 26 th Rafael Nadal Might Just Be the Best Ever - The Atlantic "And given his head-to-head success against Federer, the presumptive G.O.A.T., he just may already be there." http://t.co/xF5JxTGvei #GOAT 25 th Code or Die - http://t.co/GnRwsF7IiN http://t.co/nsxN6gbf4g The Essential Elements of Digital Literacies @dajbelshaw: My new e-book, 'The Essential Elements of Digital Literacies' is now available! http://t.co/QzSEf6xzDO http://t.co/l2p98iqk… 24 th What the Mozilla Foundation is Up To This Year | rwxweb “One big, happy, world-domination-scheme family. ” http://t.co/F8ZzCPml41 #4thR 22 nd Getting JUnit Test Names Right “...think of a test case as a living specification and QA in one piece and hence that it is vitally important.” http://t.co/QOoRb7gXDn #4thR 21 st How to Design Programs, Second Edition "Bad programming is easy. Even Dummies can learn it in 21 days." http://t.co/Ba3noG6Fy1 #4thR « First ‹ Prev … 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 … Next › Last » Explore Link Blogs TheyCallMeCojoe abhijeet160893 JayCuthrell GervaisPack mrzepinski AlanWaler rahulraii 60sfeedback JustWebWorld yulia_yer Sign In With Twitter to get your own link blog!