5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 7/22/11
It's Friday and that means it's time for our weekly feature where we search the Web looking for 5 interesting, funny and poignant links for developers and IT Pros.
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And here we go with this week's links:
What is the Best Comment in Source Code You Have Ever Encountered - Stack Overflow
This post invites readers to contribute the best comments they've ever found buried in source code, and as you can imagine there are some very funny contributions. Must read.
Top Five Linux: Microsoft - ZDNet
When you think about contributors to Linux, Microsoft probably isn't one that jumps to top of mind, but you might be surprised to learn that Microsoft is in fact one of the Top 5 contributors to the Linux code base.
Responsible Bug Reporting and Triage - Software Quality Connection
It's one thing to get your QA staff to report bugs. It's another altogether to get them to do it in a way so that programmers can actually understand and fix the problem. This article takes a look at how to train QA staff to report bugs in a way that enables developers to fix them quickly.
Crash Proof Code - HP Input Output
As programmable sensors that run the infrastructure around us proliferate in the world, it becomes increasingly important to program these devices with rock-solid, crash-proof code. This article explores how.
Another Look at IT Staffing - Part 1 - Uncharted Waters - TechTarget
This article takes a fresh look at what to expect when it comes to IT staffing trends, exploring where we've been as an industry and where we could expect to be going moving forward.
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