More Megapixels Aren’t Always Better

If you’ve tracked digital photography over the last ten years, you’ll have likely noticed that the largest font in any digital camera ad or brochure is always the number of megapixels. I still remember ten years ago traveling around the world with two cameras–a tiny Olympus Stylus Zoom 70 film camera and a Canon PowerShot A50 . . . → Read More: More Megapixels Aren’t Always Better

Legacy Code

There’s a term in software engineering speak called “legacy code,” which essentially refers to leftover stuff from older versions of a particular software. Sometimes its necessary to make sure the old stuff works right alongside with the new, and sometimes the decision is made to cut off support altogether (anybody try to run some of their . . . → Read More: Legacy Code