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Coding Horror: Standard Markdown is now Common Markdown
Let me open with an apology to John Gruber for my previous blog post.We've been working on the Standard Markdown project for about two years now. As we got closer to being ready for public feedback, we emailed John Gruber, the original creator of Markdown...
Dateline: 2014-09-04 4:46pm -07:00T (777 words)
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Coding Horror: Standard Flavored Markdown
In 2009 I lamented the state of Markdown: Right now we have the worst of both worlds. Lack of leadership from the top, and a bunch of fragmented, poorly coordinated community efforts to advance Markdown, none of which are officially canon. This isn't me...
Dateline: 2014-09-03 1:16pm -07:00T (993 words)
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Coding Horror: What Can Men Do?
(The title references Shanley Kane's post by the same name. This post represents my views on what men can do.)It's no secret that programming is an freaking brilliant Hacker School rules. This cuts directly to the unfortunate but oh-so-common Aspergers te...
Dateline: 2014-08-31 4:31am -07:00T (831 words)
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Coding Horror: The Infinite Space Between Words
Computer performance is a bit of a shell game. You're always waiting for one of four things: Disk CPU Memory Network But which one? How long will you wait? And what will you do while you're waiting?Did you see the movie "Her"? If not, you should. It's gre...
Dateline: 2014-07-20 4:31am -07:00T (410 words)
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Coding Horror: The "Just In Time" Theory of User Behavior
I've long believed that the design of your software has a profound impact on how users behave within your software. But there are two sides to this story: Encouraging the "right" things by making those things intentionally easy to do. Discouraging the "wr...
Dateline: 2014-07-17 6:16pm -07:00T (1416 words)
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