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I have better luck when I approach writing tests like I'm coding up examples. Think of creating a tutorial for your code.
Your little start-up isn't "disruptive". Disruptive is a toddler with a stomach flu.
We learn by doing, poorly at first. Experience brings comfort and, eventually, competence. For example, I used to be a terrible typist :)
If I care about it, it's "architecture". If *you* care about it, it's "bike shedding".
My only current metric for JS MVC frameworks is how quickly I go from "this is pretty cool" to "why the hell does't this work?!"
I've said it before, teams that are empowered don't need to be reminded.
Pseudo-agile is worse then no agile.
Need to read this still. Too busy this morning.
2-year-old: "Run around, mommy"
Mommy: "It makes me dizzy to run around in a circle"
2-year-old: "Run around in a square."
OO backlash is so prevalent, its not even hipster anymore. I will prepare for the next hipster wave by staying on the OO bandwagon. #thhpbbb
My JVM chops have lapsed. How much am I going to hate life if I install Java 7 on my MBA?
Talk of technologies "winning" always confuses me. What did they win? When did we cross the finish line?
I guess most the MyISAM users are on MongoDB now.
"When we have customer X, they'll probably want Y" should not be an argument that carries the day.
Greetings, my wise and powerful follower. Would you like to work on this: http://petelacey.tumblr.com/post/32626547077/making-uncle-bob-happy ….
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