A broad-stack test is a test that exercises most of the parts of a large application. It's often referred to as an end-to-end test or full-stack test. It lies in contrast to a ComponentTest, which only exercises a well-defined part of a system.
Ngnix gets a new major release while TechEmpower continues their epic web framework performance benchmarks. Plus, Google's mobile web performance checklist and a tool for rapid drag-and-drop prototyping with twitter bootstrap.
User Stories are chunks of desired behavior of a software system. They are widely used in agile software approaches to divide up a large amount of functionality into smaller pieces for planning purposes.
This morning I decided to share my "work matras" with my followers on Twitter. Right now I keep them in a note in Notes, but I would really like to put them on a wall or have them as my background on my devices.
This isn't a rant about salaries, the skills of new graduates, or the trials of dealing with recruiters, although each of those is worth a post in itself. It's about the mathematics of providing your organization with the talent it needs at the time that it needs it.
It's worth noting off the bat that Distributism arose as a critique both of Capitalism and Communism and represents something with some of the ideals of both sides, but altogether different in character than either.