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Linkdump for October 24th

by Rob Friesel
  • Isaac Z. Schlueter:

    Every belief must pay rent, constantly, or be evicted.

    (tagged: beliefs )
  • Salt Lake Tribune:

    Where, we ask, is the pragmatic, inclusive Romney, the Massachusetts governor who left the state with a model health care plan in place, the Romney who led Utah to Olympic glory? That Romney skedaddled and is nowhere to be found.

    And:

    The president has earned a second term. Romney, in whatever guise, does not deserve a first.

    (tagged: politics election )
  • Good post by Arthur Kay (writing at the Sencha Blog) about using Jasmine and PhantomJS to unit test Sencha-based web apps. I would have left the brief discussion of linting out of the post (I think it distracts from the main point) but I think he otherwise hits most of the critical points on the subject.
  • Rodney Rehm, writing at Smashing Coding. A good (and long) piece on some things to consider when creating your APIs. The article is focused on JavaScript and (to a lesser extent) client-side/in-browser development, but a lot these lessons transfer to anyone that is writing libraries/frameworks for consumption by other developers.
  • Joan Walsh, writing at Salon.com:

    The fact is, we don’t know which Mitt Romney would take the oath of office, and that alone should consign him to an ugly defeat in two weeks.

    (tagged: politics )

About Rob Friesel

Software engineer by day, science fiction writer by night. Author of The PhantomJS Cookbook and a short story in Please Do Not Remove. View all posts by Rob Friesel →

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