Marc Danziger joins James Grenning and I as we talk about the news this week in the world of tech. Marc's much more of a process/strategic tech consultant and brings a next-level people-process-nerditry look at things.
|Jon did a great video that walks through doing ATDD/BDD in a production environment using real code
|Data-Oriented Design (Or Why You Might Be Shooting Yourself in The Foot With OOP)
|From 2009, this is another look at an age-old topic: are we thinking about constructing software in a way that makes actually maintaining and running the software better or worse?
|There is some middle ground between data-oriented design and OOP
|Related HN comment. Welcome to Incremental Strong Typing
|Incremental Strong Typing
|My essay on Incremental Strong Typing
|Ask HN: What software do you use to gather requirements?
|PM-type software, the endless rerun
|Cool project I started a few years ago. I need to finish up the latest version
|Unison Programming Language
|This and supercompilers will change computing as we know it (If we don't repeat the same mistakes all over again)
|Outline of a Supercompiler in F#
|My essay on Supercompilers
|Avoiding complexity with systemd
|Is this good enough for most uses? What would drive moving up to containers?