Plan for the Delivery Aftershocks

My home country is not by itself an earthquake-prone region but we did get jolted ever once in a while with an echo of a truly damaging quake in the neighborhood. People who experienced earthquakes know that after the main event, a series of progressively smaller tremors are normal, indicating the plates settling into a... Continue Reading →

Don’t Get Attached To Your Code

Many years ago when I moved to Canada, my father-in-law came to visit. He was showing interest in what I did for living and I tried to explain to the best of my abilities. I failed miserably, leaving him befuddled that people are actually paying me money for lining up the bytes 'just so'. For... Continue Reading →

RESS to the Rescue

It seems that every couple of years we feel a collective urge to give a technique a catchy acronym in order to speed up conversation about UI design. Last couple of years, we grew accustomed to throwing around the term Responsive Design casually, probably because it rolls off the tongue easier then "we need to... Continue Reading →

The Gryphon Dilemma

In my introductory post The Turtleneck and the Hoodie I kind of lied a bit that I stopped doing everything I did in my youth. In fact, I am playing music, recording and producing more than I did in a while. I realized I can do things in the comfort of my home that I... Continue Reading →

Dumb Code Good, Smart Code Bad

I owe the idea for┬ámy Orwellian title to a well known engineer Robert W. Lucky who came into my life through a ritual of cracking open a brand new and shiny IEEE Spectrum magazine and immediately going for his column "Lucky Strikes" (this awesome name acquired a whole new meaning after I started watching Mad... Continue Reading →

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