Google Python Style Guide

Google Python Style Guide.

I found this python style guide by google. There’s a lot to it, but I’d like to follow a good style guide for my python programming and Google seems to have everything covered. They have style guides for other languages too. I’m sure this will come in handy if I ever make a startup or work on a large project!


A stylesheet author’s guide to terminal colors – Journal

A stylesheet author’s guide to terminal colors – Journal.

I love color and I love the terminal. Why not bring together two things I love? Grc looks to be what I’m looking for :). This basically looks to be using regex and ascii color codes to colorize anything in the terminal. Great idea..I just hope it doesn’t incur too much overhead :).

Mosh: the mobile shell

Mosh: the mobile shell.

This is an interesting ssh replacement that allows roaming so you can change internet technologies and keep the shell’s ssh going. Imagine using Wi-fi, changing to ethernet, then changing to LTE. Pretty interesting idea and apparently its faster. I haven’t seen any new ssh game-changers in a while, and Mosh is definitely a welcome one :].

How Draw Something rode its rocket ship of growth

Gamasutra – News – Scale Something: How Draw Something rode its rocket ship of growth.

This article is really inspiring and talks about how Draw Something was able to scale with its user base as it increased exponentially in a very short amount of time. I’m really interested in how they were able to pull this off. I also happen to love the game they have made. It’s one of those games where you think, “Why didn’t I think of that?” The concept is so simple, but pulling it off so well definitely took some great programmers. Purely Inspiration.