Links You Don't Want To Miss (3/29)
Programmers Need to Learn Statistics or I Will Kill Them All
Zed Shaw, author of the (free and ridiculously good) Learn Code the Hard Way guides, calls for all programmers to “finally learn enough about statistics to at least know they don't know shit.” Competence tends to lag both buzzwords and self-awareness.
Chrome Project Member Proposes asm.js for V8
Developers Speak Out on iCloud
The Verge talked to devs both big-name and anonymous, and found widespread disenchantment with Apple’s iCloud, a service that many find more or less broken.
Nintendo Web Framework
An in-depth guide to the Mahout machine learning framework from Telvis Calhoun. In this post, Calhoun uses Mahout to group folks who quote the Bible on Twitter.
10 Things You Must Remember About Responsive Design
Adobe has compiled a pretty solid list of tips and resources on responsive design. A quick but useful read.
Why You Need to Learn How to Talk to Developers
This article is less of a rant than an articulate discussion of the changes in perception of technology among non-IT professionals, and how these changes can affect enterprise goals.
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