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A good rule of thumb is, if you notice that your code is really, really obviously in need of a refactor, then you've probably waited too long.
Dominic on why a stable and consistent approach to building web apps pays off in the long run.
Ferrymead has always been a hub for problem solvers. Media Suite's resident (and unofficial) historian, Wayne, goes right back to the Four Ships.
One software developer's recommendations for the great hikes (or tramps) of Christchurch. Read on for "visual buffets", "friendly sheep", and "nicely maintained lookout points".
Hollingsworth says, with a little bit of upfront thinking (and perhaps a little compromise) you can develop cross-platform apps that are easier to write, easier to maintain, easier to deploy and better supported than any of the solutions available.
Ersin takes a comprehensive look at the patterns for hiding internal state, and contemplates the future.
Kaylene with her recommendations for transitioning from manager to leader, and finding a way to keep doing the things you love.
This year, Summit-goers showed us we were right to put our faith in people. In the end, 84% of attendees decided to do the right thing.
Why do you need a CoLab? James Pearson on what it is, what it does, and why you need it.