- Mapping the Decentralized Movement (Jon Udell) — the pendulum is about to swing back toward a more distributed Web.
- John Ioannidis: Reproducible Research, True or False? (YouTube) — his talk at Google. (via Paul Kedrosky)
- Docker Misconceptions — This is not impossible and can all be done – several large companies are already using Docker in production, but it’s definitely non-trivial. This will change as the ecosystem around Docker matures (via Flynn, Docker container hosting, etc), but currently if you’re going to attempt using Docker seriously in production, you need to be pretty skilled at systems management and orchestration.
A new mantra for your next (programming) meditation session.
You might feel fine.
A few best practices for when you're learning the language
D3 doesn’t stand for data-design dictator
Designers and developers making data visualizations on the web are buzzing about d3.js. But why? Read more…
this is used to refer an object. But which object this refers too depends on the code you’re executing and how
Getting started with the DOM is easy once you understand how the browser translates your HTML into this internal structure made of objects. Once these objects are created, then you can manipulate them using a wide variety of properties and methods, to change the content of an element, to add a style to an element, or even remove an element from the page completely.