Normally, I just follow my own Bloglines account, checking those blogs that I’m subscribed to. I always try to force myself skip on as many posts I can. But every once in a while I go on a rampage in search of new good blog (-posts). Here is a round up.
- Top ten things ten years of professional software development has taught me: lists the 10 things the author thinks software development has taught him. My favorite: “he business likes to say that all the features are as crucial. They are not. Push back and make them commit.”
- Here is a post on Particletree (bookmark that site!) that talks through the 4 ways of delivering JSON objects from the server to the browser client. Also this other post that talks through paging through JSON/Ajax data plus preloading the data.
- A nice aggregation of articles talking about business models on the web
- Update: another really nice post on Amazon’s technology and what the advantage of using their systems give. (I’m not completely buying into it, but that’s a post for another time – Microsoft shoving all their apps onto Amazon and Amazon not going to budge underneath the pressure??)