programming in the
twenty-first century

It's not about technology for its own sake. It's about being able to implement your ideas.

2012 Retrospective

A short summary of 2012: more entries than any previous year by far (41 vs. 33 in 2010), and a site design that finally doesn't look so homemade.

And a tremendous increase in traffic.

It's not the numbers of network packets flying around that matter. To you, reading this, this may look like a blog that's ostensibly about building things with technology while more often than not dancing around any kind of actual coding, but in (hopefully) interesting ways. To me, this is an outlet for ideas and for writing. That I'm able to fulfill my own desire to write and there's a large audience that finds it useful...I am stunned that such an arrangement exists.

You have my sincere gratitude for taking the time to read what I've written.

popular articles from 2012

others from 2012 that I personally like

(Here's last year's retrospective.)

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I'm James Hague, a recovering programmer who has been designing video games since the 1980s. Programming Without Being Obsessed With Programming and Organizational Skills Beat Algorithmic Wizardry are good starting points. For the older stuff, try the 2012 Retrospective.

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