You probably already knows The Daily WTF, maybe like me you spend a complete set of hours with tons of fun there reading about other people ideas. I start to read a couple of them, just to empty my mind, and I found I spent there 4 hours in a click!.
Founded in 2004 by Alex Papadimoulis, The Daily WTF is your how-not-to guide for developing software. We recount tales of disastrous development, from project management gone spectacularly bad to inexplicable coding choices.
Remy Porter is the editor-in-chief and needs to read your story or see your bad code.
Today I read Alex Papadimoulis has created an extension for Visual Studio 2015 which allow us to publish to The Daiy WTF directly from Visual Studio. Just select a section of code, complete a few details to the article, and voila!
So now you know, firstly you adds to your reader RSS feed for The Daily WTF and then what you find it worthwhile to share, as is now easier! 😀
Greetings @ Toronto
- The Daily WTF, Visual Studio Extension announcement
- The Daily WTF, Alex Papadimoulis
- Visual Studio Marketplace, Submit to WTF