Hooked Hook.io looks cool:
You create custom i/o scenarios by picking and choosing from an extensive library of tiny, independent, autonomous “hooks” that seamlessly work together.
Functional parameters You’ve seen it in the latest versions of jQuery, probably elsewhere. Joss Crowcroft explains how functional parameters work.
Rebase is your friend Sandofsky on the preferred Git workflow and keeping history linear:
Treat public history as immutable, atomic, and easy to follow. Treat private history as disposable and malleable.
Always be measuring How Esty uses StatsD to collect metrics on just about everything.
The times be changing Deploying: Then & Now.
Of course Planet node.js
Don’t ask peopre if they do TDD; assert that they do. If they raise an exception, get them to green fast, then refactor.