When the Log4j security issue was disclosed, developers came looking for answers. We took a look at our site data around it.
An essential part of requirements analysis is understanding which quality characteristics are the most important so that designers can address them appropriately.
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As most of us transition from one season to another, be it summer to autumn or winter to spring, we wanted to take a look back at how this year’s Winter Bash went for everyone.
Which dependencies should be present in your code base? This article suggests an answer to that question.
Dwarf Fortress is one of those oddball passion projects that’s broken into Internet consciousness. It’s a free game where you play either an adventurer or a fortress full of dwarves in a randomly generated fantasy world. The simulation runs deep, with new games creating multiple civilizations with histories, mythologies, and artifacts. I reached out to him to see how he’s managed a single, growing codebase over 15+ years, the perils of pathing, and debugging dead cats. Our conversation below has been edited for clarity.
April Fool's may be over, but once we set up a system to react every time someone typed Command+C, we realized there was also an opportunity to learn about how people use our site. Here’s what we found.
Kristina Lustig, formerly our Director of Design, explains why she took a new role as an associate software developer.
Single page apps are all the rage today, but they don't always operate the same as traditional web pages.