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Linkdump for September 3rd

by Rob Friesel

Decoupling Your HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Philip Walton: Almost every type of coupling between HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can be lessened with an appropriate use of classes and a predictable class naming convention. Long read, but he has lots of good points. And as he points out, a lot of these are easy (and tempting) […]

Linkdump for July 12th

by Rob Friesel

Do the right thing, Wait to get fired Brendan Sterne: In general these rules are better than the alternative – no guideposts or structure. They help new managers and teams to function effectively. They push employees to do things in a good way. But greatness rarely happens by following rules, process and structure. That is […]

Linkdump for December 14th

by Rob Friesel

Joy of Clojure: Annotated Bibliography (tagged: bibliography programming Clojure ) Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7 (Windows) In case you need to worry about this sort of thing: here's the MSDN doc that breaks down the differences between "real IE10" (on Windows 8) vs. the Windows 7-compatible IE10 "Release Preview". tl;dr: Unless you're dealing with […]

Linkdump for February 21st

by Rob Friesel

Valid JavaScript variable names Mathias Bynens going deep on the sometimes confusing world of JavaScript variable names. (tagged: javascript ) David Foster Wallace: The Big, Uncut Interview (2003) At Open Culture (via @fogus) (tagged: video culture interview politics literature David Foster Wallace ) Is Device-Friendly Development a Responsibility? Some musings from local dev Mike Fowler […]