Squeezed Links: May 2008Filed Under Squeezed Links
If it seems like I have been posting a little less then normal, it is because I am running around trying to get things ready for the new baby. The wife and I are expected our first little one any day now and we are pretty excited about it. Here are May’s best links from around the web.
- Workaholics Fixate On Inconsequential Details – Absolutely loved this revelation, and it really makes you think about people who always seem to find extra work to do. A must read.
- Why Arrays Start At Zero – Karl hits one out of the park on an oldie but a goodie…honestly, never even contested why this is the case.
- Why Unit Testing Is So Important? – An article about an old hat argument but was very well written.
- The Perfect Job Interview Question – The few articles Jurgen has written on the topic of finding resources have been good (probably because I think in the same fashion), but this article was especially good.
- Why I’m A Better Software Developer Than You – An egotistical look at why some developers are better than others (but we all know that I am the best :P)