Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 7/25/14
Going to keep this short and sweet today, because 1) I’m itching to get to the gym to conquer some squats (squats = gainz!) and 2) I’ve got a few deadlines this afternoon I need to meet. Also 3) #myeditorsaregoingtokillme
Oh, and just a heads up to everyone checking in today. I rarely do this but I’m going to be posting an EPIC bonus blog on Sunday written by Neghar Fonooni whom I highlighted as one of my “go to” sources for female fitness last week.
It’s titled A Woman’s Journey of Strength and I feel it’s something that’s going to resonate with a lot of people, especially women. I’ll be tossing up a notice on social media (Facebook, Twitter) this weekend, but on the off chance you don’t follow me on either of the two*, this will serve as your nudge to check in.
And on that note, here’s some stuff to read.
Price of the Platform – Bryan Krahn
Easily one of the best articles I’ve read this year. Kudos to Bryan (and those interviewed) for being so forthright and honest
I’ll admit the title is a bit sensationalistic but it’s spot on.
10 Principles for Better Programming – Charles Staley
It’s not the sexiest article ever written on programming, but then again….since when does anything related to program design need to be sexy?
I love to keep things simple and this article is right on point with that philosophy. Loved this one by Coach Staley.
* = Oh, I see how it is. When you want something you’re all like “hey baby, I love you.” But the second I ask for something you can’t be bothered. Whatever. YOU’RE RUINING MY LIFE!!!!!!!