On more than one occasion I’ve hated on whiteboard interview. Paraphrasing the late great Douglas Adams I’ve frequently described most whiteboard interviews in my life as “Almost, but not quite, Continue Reading →
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 →
Since taking over the Grails project, OCI has been doing some really exciting work on the framework.
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’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.