"We who cut mere stones must always be envisioning cathedrals" -- Stonecutter's creed Consider for a moment, if you will, the humble Boolean. Taking only two possible values, it is the most basic of all the data types we programmers
Twelve reasons why unit testing makes me a better developer.
Alex Papadimoulis (he of DailyWTF fame) has posted a couple of v.funny articles recently: Computer Programmer Inflation Comicality Inflation LOL!
A petition for the continued support and development of "Classic" VB: http://classicvb.org/petition/ Why? Let it die. Grieve, sure, but move on. Learn C# (or, if you must, VB.NET) and join the rest of us in
Never underestimate the stupidity of users. Or the benefits of a little field validation. One of the web-based systems I've been developing allows users to enter the customer's fax number and automatically fax confirmation details (using Zetafax). It's been working
This recent entry on TheDailyWTF is one of the worst pieces of code I've ever seen in my entire life. When I stopped laughing and picked myself up of the floor though, it got me thinking - I hope this