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Earlier this year, I was discussing features for a project with the team. I casually mentioned YAGNI in response to one aspect of a feature that seemed unnecessary. It had been a while since I’d brought up this term and a couple newer developers on the team were puzzled. I paused and realized this wasn’t something they were familiar with. So...

 

Self-referential Tables In SQL Are Tricky

One of the applications I work on exposes flattened reporting data as a SQL view. The systems that consume this data only support fetching it via direct database access, so I had to implement it as a read only view. The view itself is fairly complex, combining relational and summary data from 15 different...

 

After surviving code school boot camp, I thought that the hardest days of learning were behind me. Then I started an apprenticeship at Haught Codeworks.

Let me be clear, code school was not easy. The Turing School of Software and Design has never billed its approach as a painless way to learn web development. We were told from day one that we...

 

We’re very excited to launch our first ebook, A Client’s Guide to Prototyping. If you haven’t heard, here at Haught Codeworks we build a lot of software prototypes. Over the years we’ve found we are having the same conversations over and over with clients and potential clients; so we put our knowledge and experience together in an ebook for product...

 

Recently Marty was on a panel at Boulder Startup Week talking about hiring from the point of view of employers. But many of the audience members said they were actually searching for a job. While they all indicated they got a lot out of the panel discussion we agreed it might be really useful to write up an article on things to do to help you land...

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