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Author Archives: Larry Maccherone
What are “lamp post metrics”? If you lose your keys between the restaurant and the car on a dark night, when you go back to look for them, where are you going to look? Of course, you are going to … Continue reading
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A drop-in replacement for localStorage that runs on node.js. I’m working on a project to do local caching using localStorage. I want it to work in both node.js as well as in the browser. I have a similar situation with … Continue reading
Slides from my talk in silicon valley on my ODIM and Rally’s Performance Index frameworks for agile measurement.
Subtitle: when CoffeeScript rock stars run around naked in public Just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should. Leaving the parentheses out of your CoffeeScript might make your code look a bit more “natural”, but it almost always … Continue reading
The examples you add to document your project are like a map to the buried treasure that is your library/API/tool/etc. But if the examples are wrong, it’s like labeling the map with “promised land” right over the spot where it … Continue reading