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Sanity vs. Invisible Markings
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Sanity vs. Invisible Markings

Tabs vs. spaces

Broken Hearts and Coffee Mugs
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Broken Hearts and Coffee Mugs

The ordeal of security reviews.

Kode Vicious Plays in Traffic
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Kode Vicious Plays in Traffic

With increasing complexity comes increasing risk.

Master of Tickets
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Master of Tickets

Valuing the quality, not the quantity, of work.

Numbers Are for Computers, Strings Are for Humans
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Numbers Are for Computers, Strings Are for Humans

How and where software should translate data into a human-readable form.
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