json, Json, JSON… fail.
The human side of software development can’t be over emphasized.
“Tabs for indentation, spaces for alignment”.
I have seen weird programming stuff.
Naming threads is very useful when developing/debugging applications.
[Re]loading ntpd can be tricky.
Sometimes, just the obvious is necessary to spread big ideas.
Flexible C arrays are very useful to handle blobs of variable length.
Background noise is (still) at the heart of good EVP recording (unfortunately).
Since Emacs 24.4 came out, RET and C-j were swapped.