Monthly Archives: July 2012

Effective Code Review (OSCON 2012)

In approximately 24 hours, I will be speaking at OSCON 2012. My talk is about code review, why you should do it, and how it can help you write (much) better code. We’ll talk about hidden benefits, how to do code review with distributed teams, code review tools, and much more. Here are the details […]

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Things that are Awesome about AngularJS

This post was so popular I wrote a book about ramping up on AngularJS. It’s available in eBook and paperback if you’d like a copy. We host talks at Netflix every Monday, and today’s talk was from a couple of Google employees that work on AngularJS — one of those new-fangled Javascript frameworks (like Ember, […]

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Some Thoughts on Recruiting

There’s an excellent article called The Recruiter Honeypot that’s been making the rounds since it was published last week. It’s a downright fascinating read about the state of recruiting in high tech. Grab a coffee and open it up. It’s worth a few minutes of your time. Back? Great. Let’s see if I can supplement […]

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