Sometimes it can be a pain to subscribe to Rss feeds which are collections of many different authors. For instance, back in the day, I subscribed to the main MSDN feed and it was just to laborious sifting through all posts to find just what I was interested in. Not to mention the 100 obligatory “Microsoft product [Insert Name Here] has released a new CTP” posts that happened for every release. I have since just subscribed to the authors which I found myself reading the most often.
I was relieved to find that the main feed at codebetter.com is different. Since I subscribed to their main feed, I find almost all of the posts to be at least interesting if not very helpful and applicable. Why is this? I really don’t know. Maybe they are focused on a smaller number of good authors. The posts range from jmiller’s short, quick, and entertaining posts (CodingLaw! and There are two types of developers in the world) to longer, more involved posts (A Wrapper Class for Spring .NET’s Inversion of Control-Dependency Injection and Creating-an-Ad-Publishing-Application).
Browse the topics covered on this site and let me know what you think!
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