- axe — accessibility testing of web apps, so you can integrate accessibility testing into your continuous EVERYTHING pipeline.
- US Tech Funding: What’s Going On? (A16Z) — deck eloquently arguing that this is no bubble.
- Teach Don’t Tell — what I think good documentation is and how I think you should go about writing it. Sample common sense: This is obvious when you’re working face-to-face with someone. When you tell them how to play a C major chord on the guitar and they only produce a strangled squeak, it’s clear that you need to slow down and talk about how to press down on the strings properly. As programmers, we almost never get this kind of feedback about our documentation. We don’t see that the person on the other end of the wire is hopelessly confused and blundering around because they’re missing something we thought was obvious (but wasn’t). Teaching someone in person helps you learn to anticipate this, which will pay off (for your users) when you’re writing documentation.
Four short links: 16 June 2015
Accessibility Testing, Time-Series Graphing, NO BUBBLE TO SEE HERE, and Technical Documentation
tags: accessibility, books, business, documentation, money, time series data, visualization, web