In the spirit of Friedrich Nietzsche, I present 10 aphorisms I myself have thought up. Probably not too original in reality, but I hope they have the intended effect that a well-written aphorism should.
A guest post by my good friend and coding compatriot Martin Ronquillo, of Ronquillo4Hire. In this article he details some of the differences between regular graphic designers and web designers. It is good to pay attention to what he says, as I myself have learned a lot about web design from Martin.
We all seem to agree that health care in America needs fixing. On the other hand, there are several ways to limit the costs of health care for individuals without changing a damn thing. In this article, I briefly explain an idea I think could benefit America more than any health care idea that's gain mainstream attention yet.
After doing some research, I compiled a list of 10 programmers who I thought could serve as good inspiration to the rest of us code monkeys. This list is my own opinion, so if you think I left out someone critically important in the history of computer programming, mention their name in the comments. I probably won't add anyone to this article, but I may post an extension of the list in the future.