Welcome to the new home of Quality Coding — I’m glad you made it here!
I want you to get the most out of the new setup! Here are things you can do to maximize your experience:
If you have any Quality Coding bookmarks, you’ll want to update them.
For the main URL, that’s easy: just replace http://jonreid.blogs.com/qualitycoding/ with https://qualitycoding.org/.
For a specific post, you can’t just replace the first part of the URL, because I redid all my permalinks. If you go to the old URL, you’ll see that I left a “forwarding address” to the new URL, which you can copy and paste.
For example, if you have any shared bookmarks at Delicious, here’s how to update them:
You may already be using the portable feed address. But some of you aren’t! Anything pointing to either
will be left in the cold. Here’s the correct address to use in your RSS reader: https://feeds.feedburner.com/qualitycoding
Try posting a comment! The very first time you comment on this new system, you’ll get an email with a link. Click that link to verify that you’re a real human being. This will only happen once; after that, we’ll believe you’re not a spambot. But it will happen once, even if you’ve posted comments before on the old system.
And as I mentioned before, comments will be more fun if we can put a face to your name. So go sign up at Gravatar! It’s useful across a number of systems.
Thanks for your patience during this move. If you see anything out-of-place (like broken links), please let me know in the comments.
I’m excited about this new setup!
Question: What else would you find helpful? Leave a comment below.
I first experienced the joy of programming in junior high. But on the job, some of that joy was sucked away by seeing code my teammates were afraid to touch. Poor code led to fear, and fear led to our entire team being let go. I began searching for ways to improve code. I stumbled upon the first wiki, which was about Design Patterns, Extreme Programming, and Test Driven Development (TDD). I rediscovered joy on the job. I've now been doing TDD in Apple environments for 17 years. I'm committed to software crafting as a discipline, with the hope of raising you, my fellow programmers, to greater effectiveness and joy.
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