I’ve been reading Joel on Software for as long as I can remember; probably almost as long as he’s been writing. I have never agreed with everything the man has Continue Reading →
I’m not sure if I should publicly admit this, but I actually like Edge. The developer tools are workable, it doesn’t do anything obviously stupid and ultimately “just works.” I Continue Reading →
Save $300 with Super Early-Bird Rates until monday! Event Schedule Now Available Angular 2 in Legacy Java Environments Ben Ellingson There are several Angular 2 books and many Continue Reading →
This week I sit down with Brent Laster, author of “Professional Git.”Â
At the 2016 ArchConf in Clearwater, FL, I sat down with Tudor Girba to discuss his ideas around Software Environmentalism.
The NFJS tour series has supported Nuru International for many years. This week I sit down with founder Jake Harriman and talk about his journey to start Nuru, what they’re Continue Reading →
This week we discuss Venkat’s philosophy on learning and work. Don’t miss this insightful episode!
The title of “Software Architect” is often an ill-defined role. In the pursuit of a software architect role many critical facets of the skillset are frequently overlooked. It is also Continue Reading →
This week I sit down with Ken Kousen (Kousen IT, Groovy Podcast) and Jeff Brown (OCI) and we talk about what’s new in the world of Groovy, Grails as well Continue Reading →
Continuing my discussion on all things Agile with John Borys, in this episode we talk about QA, the oft-overlooked and frequently maligned aspect of the agile process.