I regret not having blogged in several months and am determined to get back on that wagon. Let’s start simply, with a goofy little holiday project. This is what happens when my boss puts me on “you’ve been working too much” leave. I do dumb things in the garage. I despise an untidy mess and tangle of wires. I could easily work atop a dirt floor with a half inch of dust on things, so
> This post may seem a bit longer than my usual posts. It’s one I’ve slowly been extending over the last couple years while working remotely. Many of …
Introducing CommandAllThings. Productivity scripts that allow you to easily type the wrong task running program like (grunt, gulpjs, rake, etc) and it will re-route that command to the current project’s task runner program.
A while ago I read "Out of the tar pit", which is an excellent paper written by Ben Moseley and Peter Marks. In this paper, the authors discuss different types of complexity in software and what their causes are. The second part of this paper deals with Functional Relational Programming (FRP). In contrast with the OO approach, FRP emphasizes a clear separation of state and behavior. I highly encourage anyone to download and read this
I’m still in the process of trying to wrap my head around Clojure. I’ve been practicing several different katas like Fizz Buzz and the Bowling Game. Another one I’ve been doing a lot lately is the Roman Numerals kata. This exercise combines both my fascination for Ancient Rome and learning a programming language. Here is the code of my latest stab at this problem: (ns roman_numbers.core (:require [clojure.math.numeric-tower :as math]) (:require [clojure.string :as str])) (def
I am thrilled to announce that I have accepted the opportunity to join Scrum.org, effective early May, as Chief Operating Officer. I am grateful for the time I’ve spent at Microsoft in DevDiv, and for the chance to be a small part of shipping Visual Studio and TFS to so many developers who use those tools to make amazing things. These experiences at Microsoft have given me insights and a deep appreciation I simply would