One of the nicest things to experience as a developer is when the things you made actually get used by people. That they find it actually useful (and usable). Having them suggest features, find bugs but generally just getting feedback to see that the thing you yourself (or your team) developed by yourself. Let me tell you it's great. To get people to use your software, I believe it needs to[...]

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Having made my first somewhat good looking website at that time, I wanted to made it available to the public eye. At first I used some weird free webhosting. A couple weeks later, a friend of mine recommended that I rent a cheap Linux VPS. Things changed after that. Drastically[...]

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Ask the media, then ask an older programmer from the 80's. Maybe ask your best friend and now, ask yourself: Who or what is a "hacker"? This one particular word is being misused by the general public for years now, drawing the picture of that lonely criminal, sitting in an all dark room watching the matrix intro while he punches the keycaps of his keyboard with the same amount of hate he has for the rest of the world[...]

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