I recently joined a rapidly growing startup. In the past 3 months the development team has grown from 4 to 12. Until now they were very laissez-faire about what developers used to do their work. In ...
I'd give my firstborn's left arm for something like this http://krillapps.com/coderunner/ Yes, I know, executing unknown code may be hazardous to your health, but I'm quite capable of reading some ...
Moving the cursor to another position in code is one of the most frequent actions when coding. I don't write my programs from the beginning to the end, like a letter. However, moving the cursor ...
I'm a bit of a tool nut and I'll often spend as many as 6-8 hours a week finding new tools, improving my existing tools by writing plugins or adapters or playing around with new tools to see if I like ...
Do the scattered tools and lack of rich IDE makes Ruby and Python only suitable for hobbyists? [closed]
I am not against Ruby and Python, but this question evolved from my own experiences with these languages. There are a lot of commonly needed tools scattered everywhere and there is no center stage of ...
A modern IDE wouldn't be taken seriously if it didn't have a good editor with syntax highlighting, comprehensive warnings, and a source-level debugger. And there are many more tools/IDE features that ...
Is anybody out there using graphical tools for doing software development instead of (or in addition to) writing code? Yahoo! Pipes would be a simple example. People have been talking about ...