I first wrote a post in March 2012 about code review with SVN. Since then, we’ve switched to Github and it’s awesome. Github isn’t free, buts its very inexpensive and amazing. Inline comments, automatic issue tracking, and you can backup your code to their servers without needing commit access to the main repo.
I wrote a tool to organize subnet addressing for IPv6 Demo | Source Code A little about IPv6 An IPv6 address is 128-bits and commonly represented as eight colon separated groups with each group consisting of four hexadecimal digits. For the general unicast address format, the first 64-bits are used for routing and the second 64-bits are the interface identifier [...]
Sencha Touch This is the gold standard of iPad web frameworks. It’s amazing (and free!), check out the kitchen sink demo. Project Page
Where I work, we have a lot of new developers and people still learning the languages. When learning a language, being able to get feedback on your code is an invaluable learning asset. It lets the more experienced programmers help teach the newer ones. Most code review software is designed for pre-commit comments. A reviewer looks at the code [...]
How do you measure your productivity while writing code? Judging a program’s success by lines of code (LOC) is like judging how successful an airplane is by its weight. Consider a more modern approach from Agile development called Weighted Micro Function Points.