Eight web development and programming links for today

Ted Dziuba – I’m Going To Scale My Foot Up Your Ass (via Comcaster Mr. Mat Schaffer): “If You Haven’t Discussed Capacity Planning, You Can’t Discuss Scalability” (Bingo!) High Scalability: Flickr Architecture Gustavo Duarte – Lucky to be a Programmer: “This analytical side is what most people associate with programming. It does make it interesting, […]

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It’s important to speak out

louisgray.com: Seeing The Web’s Racist Underbelly Is Saddening and Shocking Why does everything suck?: Does Anonymity Lead To Social Anarchy? Sexism Runs Rampant on Reddit (and maybe the rest of the social web) Wha, that last link threw you a bit? Why is that? Is it that we are more comfortable confronting racism then sexism? […]

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What does it mean when our media re-writes itself?

Boing Boing decided to un-publish, remove from public view, Violet Blue related posts. What does it mean when our media rewrites itself? NYTimes: Link by Link – Poof! You’re Unpublished Boing Boing on the matter. Violet Blue (NSFW) on the matter. There are quite a few fellow bloggers who have linked and commented about this […]

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Seven development related links for today

Spartan programming – Ssdlpedia (via Coding Horror) HTTP request flow diagram – print out worthy. 36 steps to success as technical lead | Little Tutorials – some good advice here Python best practices – still learning MIT OpenCourseWare: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science | 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python, January (IAP) 2008 […]

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