Posted on October 28, 2008 by Thomas Drakengren
Nick Malik writes about the common misconception about design, that you just have to follow a well-defined process to break down a problem in its constituents, and voila, you’ve got the design! No way it’s that easy. That’s an easy trap for those people who excel in model driven development, I think.
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Posted on October 11, 2008 by Thomas Drakengren
The Chromium Blog has published more stuff on how to get the Google Chrome GUI responsive. Very interesting to read! Today they’re discussing how plugins affect responsiveness.
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