Documentation is code

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Finally I found a new argument, after months and months, and it’s the documentation.

In my priority list there’s always an initial point: the documentation, if it’s missing then the library isn’t so good as it seems. Why? Simply because we aren’t in the mind of the developer that works on that library. I know you understand and watch for it too. More

Open Letter to Taylor Otwell about Laravel LTS

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Dear Taylor Otwell, first of all: happy new year! I’m writing this article because there’s very much hype around the Laravel framework, but before I start using it I have one important request for you. Don’t misunderstand me, I’m really curious to try this framework, but I’m not sure I would use it in an enterprise system/project.

Long-term support is what I’m talking about. More

Link Analysis Ranking

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Some years ago I found myself making a small seminar for the course Algorithms and Data Structures II, having had very conceptual explain it in half an hour.

The goal of Link Analysis Ranking algorithms consists in inferring the importance of a web page based on the topological structure of the graph of the World Wide Web. Link analysis ranking algorithms are widely used by search engines to make the sort of web pages.

The web is then represented by a graph in which the nodes represent the HTML pages and anchors are the links between pages (indicated by the anchor <a href='…'>), each node points to zero or more links (forward links) and is pointed by zero or more links (backward links). More

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