Merge Bugs: Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, the topic of merge bugs was introduced. Merge bugs are the result of changes in multiple branches that don't result in conflicts, but when the two changes are merged together the result is not consistent with the intent of either modification. In Part 1, the following process was suggested […]

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Merge Bugs: Part 1

You’ve heard of merge conflicts, but what about merge bugs? Like conflicts, these are caused when multiple developers work on the same code and then merge changes. Conflicts (when the same line is changed by more than one developer) are easy to detect, but bugs outside of those conflicts are much more complex. They won’t […]

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Progressive Web Applications: Part 2

In the article "Progressive Web Applications, Part 1," I laid out what a progressive web application is, and how it can enhance a web application to look and function like a real, native mobile application. I also covered what is and isn’t supported by today’s major platforms, Android and IOS. In this article I’ll be […]

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Progressive Web Applications: Part 1

“Progressive Web Application” is a popular new terminology that encompasses an up and coming standard for web applications. This standard gives web apps the ability to be installed to a device and to function like a normal, lightweight device application. Devices can be mobile phones, tablets, or even more recently desktops. The app can be […]

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Southeast Michigan Tech Employers Address Talent Challenges Head On

Information technology jobs are some of the fastest growing in Southeast Michigan, a 9-county area that includes Detroit, Ann Arbor, and Flint. In just five years, demand in the form of online job postings grew more than 50%, faster than major national tech hubs like Silicon Valley. Each quarter there is a steady stream of […]

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The Advent of New Mobile Devices

You know Samsung has truly arrived when it steals the thunder from the newly revived BlackBerry...

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Google Fiber for Communities

Monday night the Ann Arbor City Council met to discuss the new Google Fiber, ultra high speed broadband network. It was a very big turnout, and you can see a number of the participants and their thoughts...

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I’m a Mac. I’m a PC. Actually, I’m both.

A few months ago, a friend (Microsoft employee, no less) divulged a dirty little secret. He runs Vista on a Mac...

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Streamline Your Browsing with IE8's Accelerators

There’s a new version of Internet Explorer just over the horizon and with this advance comes new toys...

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