A quick analysis of more than 200 programming jokes gives some insights into the main frustrations that come with being a programmer.
The Apifonica blog editor dug into more than 200 programming jokes and noted to her surprise that they covered all of four topics.
Optimize your code. Create programming abstractions. Write cross-platform apps. It’s almost as if programmers who follow those precepts are supposed to be guaranteed a first-class ticket to heaven for programmers. But what if that isn’t the case? What if those techniques fast-track you, not to heaven, but to hell itself?
Are software developers linguists, or are they mathematicians? Should computer programming appear as a language option on the school curriculum, or is it math? Despite decades of debate, the jury is still out.
The list of SMS research reports providing direct links to a dozen of "recent and decent" reports on texting as to its use as a marketing communications channel. This is the second part of the list featuring 8 valuable sources of SMS data for 2016.
We compiled a list of recent SMS research reports to provide marketers with trusted sources of up-to-date SMS stats. Here is the first part of the list featuring 6 of those reports (direct links are provided).
SMS marketing statistics – google it, and you’ll find yourself drowning in heavily SEO-optimized, if useless, web pages. This one is different. Check it out.
SMS marketing is huge if done the right way. But is yours? Here's what we've learned by digging through the latest SMS stats and studies on Christmas shopping behavior 2015.
Esoteric programming languages intentionally refuse following the common ways of simplifying the complexity and clarifying the obscurity. Esolangs recreate the sense of code as a “black art”, calling back to what programming was like in the days of machine code.
"When your only piece of hardware is an old Nokia phone or your challenge is to write the most incomprehensible piece of code ever, you don’t care about being a “good coder” anymore."