Lifestyle 1. Routinely reviews the latest StackOverflow content 2. Listens to software development podcasts 3. Maintains a technical journal 4. Recognizes the value of Job hopping 5. Presents at user groups 6. Maintains a library of software development books 7. Makes an annual pilgrimage to a conference 8. Works on an open-source project 9. Seeks …
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Pablo Rivera and I discuss project Nikeza, its architecture, and what problem its trying to solve. They also discuss why the functional approach to building software is a great business option.
We discuss when personal growth meets office politics:
We discuss the current state of the Lambda Cartel. Specifically, we discuss Elm, F#, and project Nikeza.
Angry Developer: I'm having a developer identity crisis trying to figure out what my niche should be. Seems like there's always web work, but no two shops are using more than a few of the same tools and frameworks. I'd really like to avoid becoming an expert at some doomed technology, if that can be …
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In this video, I discuss the flaws of OOP:
In this video, I expose the truth about how money is being spent on software projects:
In this conversation, I talk to my friend Ryan about a previous recording that I'm scared to release. He then mentors me on leading human beings: