Coding Horror

Coding Horror

Coding Horror

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programming and human factors

  • Source type: Blog
  • On Teads since: 11/01/2007
  • Teads score: 2.5763
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Language: English

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  • Ranking: Technology

    (Position on 10/2014)
  • Ranking: General

    (Position on 10/2014)

Latest articles

  • Coding Horror

    One of my favorite insights on the subject of online community is from Tom Chick : Here is something I've never articulated because I thought, perhaps naively, it was understood: The priority for participating on this forum is not the quality of the content. I ultimately don't care how smart or funny or observant you are. Those are plusses, but they're never prerequisites. The priority is on how...


    23/10/2014
  • Coding Horror

    What are the real world consequences to signing up for a Twitter or Facebook account through Tor and spewing hate toward other human beings? Facebook reviewed the comment I reported and found it doesn't violate their Community Standards. pic.twitter.com/p9syG7oPM1 — Rob Beschizza (@Beschizza) October 15, 2014 As far as I can tell, nothing. There are barely any online consequences, even if the...


    20/10/2014
  • Coding Horror

    Way back in 2007, before Stack Overflow was a glint in anyone's eye, I called software development a collaborative game . And perhaps Stack Overflow was the natural outcome of that initial thought – recasting online software development discussion into a collaborative game where the only way to "win" is to learn from each other. That was before the word gamification existed . But gamification is...


    10/10/2014