Friday Five #6


  1. A timeless collection of Tim Berners-Lee’s Architectural Viewpoints
  2. Anatomy of a Perfect Technical Interview from a former Amazon VP
  3. What ORMs have taught me: just learn SQL
  4. Reverse Engineering for Beginners – Free eBook
  5. Ontology of Filter Bubbles – “I Liked everything on Facebook for 2 days…”


Friday Five #5

  1. Arrogance Is Good: In Defense of Silicon Valley
  2. Ops School – Excellent Curriculum for a Great Career in Ops
  3. Collection of Technology Business Models
  4. “There is something wrong with Java …The biggest problem I’ve encountered over the years looking at Java code is that it always seems to be the product of someone who fancies themselves as an architect. They must, because so often I find I’m reading code that looks more like a plan for something that solves a problem, rather than something that actually solves a problem.”
  5. #tweetOfTheWeek “I think the problem with programming languages is that they tend to become popular before anyone has any experience using them.”


Friday Five #4

  1. #revisit Classic Development Process Mistakes (from CodingHorror Summary)
  2. The display that could get rid of Reading Glasses

  3. This Dad made spacecraft for the kids (including launch noise!)
  4. Second Edition of (Free!) Eloquent Javascript is out
  5. Diary of an Atom Bomb Technician