Many of the NFJS speakers are independent and frequently work remotely. This is a trend we’re seeing more and more in our industry. Michael Carducci interviews speaker and independent consultant Continue Reading →
This week I sit with Rohit and we continue our discussion of his 10 step process for Microservice API design.
The NFJS podcast is back for the 2017 Season! This week I sit with Rohit and discuss his 10 step process for Microservice API design.
As engineers, we can’t always make the world a better place; sometimes we are employed to do the opposite. The web comic Commitstrip recently addressed this: Sometimes, however, someone build something Continue Reading →
And it’s probably just as well…
I recently wrote about the the debate between open plan and offices for optimal development environments. Regardless, we all, at a minimum, need a desk.
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 →
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.