Category: friday links

Friday links 81

  1. Weird & Exotic Places on Earth
  2. three.js – JavaScript 3D library
  3. Margaret Heffernan: Dare to disagree | Video on TED.com
  4. Playing video games can boost brain power
  5. Google Chromecast Review – The race is on to wirelessly throw video to your TV – Scott Hanselman
  6. Entity Framework Code-First Performance Issue with String Queries | Brian Sullivan
  7. The Psychology of Video Games | It’s Not So Bad: Cognitive Dissonance and Cheap Games
  8. Math Experts Split the Check | Math with Bad Drawings
  9. How to Work with Designers — The Year of the Looking Glass — Medium
  10. How to Work with PMs — The Year of the Looking Glass — Medium
  11. Implement Kanban: Implement Virtuous Cycle of Ongoing Improvement » MPUG
  12. Getting a distinct list of changed files from TFS using PowerShell | HackedBrain
  13. Functionally Similar – Comparing Underscore.js to LINQ
  14. Amy Cuddy: Your body language shapes who you are | Video on TED.com
  15. 4 Things I Wish I Would Have Known When I Started My Software Development Career | Javalobby
  16. Weekend Scripter: Use PowerShell to Explore an RSS Feed from a Blog – Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog – Site Home – TechNet Blogs
  17. Dark Patterns – User Interfaces Designed to Trick People
  18. 10+ years of designing games in public | opensource.com
  19. Using T4 to Create an AppSettings Wrapper, Part 3 – P3.NET
  20. Windows 8 — Disappointing Usability for Both Novice and Power Users
  21. code journey: Using bind prefix in ASP.NET MVC with overlays
  22. Prefixing Input Elements Of Partial Views With ASP.NET MVC – That Extra Mile
  23. hall of api shame: boolean trap

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