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Raw Networking
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Raw Networking

Relevance and repeatability.

Too Big to Fail
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Too Big to Fail

Visibility leads to debuggability.

A Lesson in Resource Management
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A Lesson in Resource Management

Waste not memory, want not memory — unless it doesn't matter.

Divided By Division
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Divided By Division

Is there a "best used by" date for software?

Wanton Acts of Debuggery
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Wanton Acts of Debuggery

Keep your debug messages clear, useful, and not annoying.

Storage Strife
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Storage Strife

Beware keeping data in binary format.

Coder's Block
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Coder's Block

Programming is a creative endeavor, and therefore there is such a thing as coder's block. What does it take to clear the blockage?

Version Aversion
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Version Aversion

The way you number your releases communicates more than you might think.

Presenting Your Project
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Presenting Your Project

The what, the how, and the why of giving an effective presentation.

Plotting Away
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Plotting Away

Dear KV, I've been working with some code that generates massive data sets, and . . . I'm finding that more and more often I...
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