- If it’s not tested, it doesn’t work.
- Source control is your friend – make sure you use it.
- Just because you wrote it doesn’t mean you own it — don’t be offended if someone else on your team has to change your code.
- Don’t reinvent the wheel, library code is there to help. Continue reading “What are some of the basic things every programmer should know?”
If the documentation exists that shows how easy it is to use to 500px api, I’ve not been able to find it. This post resolves that by sharing my findings and the solution I’m using in a WordPress plugin I’ve been working on.
I wanted to tweet photos from 500px at random intervals to improve the visual impact of my twitter feed.
Using the 500px api…
It sounds simple enough but I hit a roadblock: I couldn’t find an example for how to authenticate using oauth and call their api. The best I found Continue reading “How to use the 500px api [solved]”
Software interviews vary from organisation to organisation but they all have very similar traits. In this guide I want to share with you some of the insider tips I put together over the 10+ years I recruited software engineers. In many ways it follows the same format as a night out and a hearty three course meal. Continue reading “How to succeed at a software interview”
Federation of Small Businesses Membership — Is it worth it?
In my situation, no, it was completely worthless. That said you need to make your own assessment of whether it will work for you. In my experience, some of the benefits will depend on the size of your business and your turnover. Continue reading “Is FSB membership worth it?”