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"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Chris Sells
By Chris Sells
Sep 26, 2012
Chris Sells, author of several books including Programming Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Forms Programming in C#, and ATL Internals, explains why you should never trust the docs.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Danny Kalev
By Danny Kalev
Jul 25, 2012
Danny Kalev, the author of ANSI/ISO Professional Programmer's Handbook and The Informit C++ Reference Guide: Techniques, Insight, and Practical Advice on C++, shares some advice for programmers who are looking to develop their professional skills.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with David Chisnall
By David Chisnall
Oct 10, 2012
David Chisnall, author of The Go Programming Language Phrasebook and Objective-C Phrasebook explains what it means to be lazy as a programmer: Pick the right tool for the job, and if the right tool doesn't exist, invent it.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Eric Lippert
By Eric Lippert
Jun 27, 2012
Noted C# developer Eric Lippert shares some advice that has been useful in his career—not to mention his role in developing the first Lord of the Rings fan page back in 1993!
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Erik Buck
By Erik M. Buck
Aug 1, 2012
Erik Buck, author of Learning OpenGL ES FOR iOS, serial entrepreneur, artist, and creator of fuel alternative vehicles, discusses productivity and efficiency in coding.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with James Williams
By James L. Williams
Oct 3, 2012
James L. Williams offers a triad of programming advice: quit, practice, and read MMM.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Jeremy Likness
By Jeremy Likness
Sep 5, 2012
Leading C# developer Jeremy Likness encourages the use of the "YAGNI" principle, otherwise known as “You Aren’t Gonna Need It.” Instead of working to build a rich and complex architecture, he encourages programmers to begin with the end user in mind.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Kirby Turner
By Kirby Turner
Sep 12, 2012
Kirby Turner, founder of White Peak Software and developer extraordinaire, takes on stress with a zen-like approach. The words of one of Kirby's friends still rings true to him—"Relax and do only what is important. Speed comes through focus, not stress.”
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Lauren Darcey
By Lauren Darcey
Oct 17, 2012
Lauren Darcey talks about how trying to reinvent the wheel can negatively impact your group's agility — and your app's ratings.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Mark Bates
By Mark Bates
Aug 22, 2012
Laziness is a virtue—if you're programming. Mark Bates, the author of Programming in CoffeeScript and Distributed Programming with Ruby, explains how taking shortcuts can actually help you become a more innovative developer.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Mark Summerfield
By Mark Summerfield
Jul 18, 2012
Mark Summerfield, the author of Programming in Go: Creating Applications for the 21st Century, shares some of his best advice for improving your own programming.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Michael Hartl
By Michael Hartl
Sep 19, 2012
When things don't go as smoothly as you'd hoped, it's easy to let frustration sink in. Even acclaimed Ruby developer Michael Hartl makes mistakes! Inside, he shares some inspiration to keep you on track.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Obie Fernandez
By Obie Fernandez
Jul 11, 2012
Hashrocket founder and Addison-Wesley Professional Ruby Series Editor Obie Fernandez talks about the importance of reading error messages.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Rand Morimoto
By Rand Morimoto
Feb 19, 2013
Rand Morimoto, Microsoft MVP and president of Convergent Computing, writes about the importance of learning PowerShell, even if you're comfortable with using GUIs.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Rob Pike
By Rob Pike
Aug 15, 2012
Rob Pike, now a Distinguished Engineer at Google, worked at Bell Labs as a member of the Unix Team and co-created Plan 9 and Inferno. He was central to the creation of the Go and Limbo programming languages. Rob shares an experience at Bell Labs that changed his approach to debugging.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Russ Olsen
By Russ Olsen
Aug 8, 2012
Russ Olsen, author of Eloquent Ruby and Clojure developer, spins a tale of an archaic CAD program, politics, and progress that can be summed up with one simple mantra: "Stay the hell out of other people's code!"
(Almost) Pain-Free Calendars in Outlook 2013
By Katherine Murray
Sep 26, 2013
Katherine Murray shows you how to create three different types of appointments, drag and drop items into your calendar, and share your calendar effectively.
(Remote) Controlling Your Windows XP PC
By Kulvir Singh Bhogal
Jul 15, 2005
Kulvir Bhogal shows you how to get to the next level of laziness with a low-cost remote control solution for Windows XP and Winamp.
(Video) Exam Profile - CompTIA Network+ N10-005
By Kevin Wallace
Apr 18, 2012
The CompTIA Network+ N10-005 certification is designed to prove that a candidate has competency in the networking arena. Learn what you can expect to see on the exam and about recommended resources to help you prepare for it.
(Video) Exam Profile: CCIE Routing and Switching v4.0
By Maurilio P. Gorito
Apr 26, 2012
The Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert exam is the qualification exam for the Routing and Switching Lab track. Find out what you can expect to see on the exam and how you can better prepare for it.

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