Recently I have come across a slightly different view of programming. In […]
Functional programmers argue that there are great material benefits – that
a functional programmer is an order of magnitude more productive than his
conventional counterpart, because functional programs are an order of magnitude
shorter. Yet why should this be?
LinkLog: Why Functional Programming Matters?
On a winter day in Boston, I sat through a two hour […]
From a Non-Programmer’s Apology, Aaron produces one of the best articles I […]
In the Next Programming Skill You Should Learn, Scott Hackett talks about […]
According to Alan Cooper, the “best to market, trumps first to market”. […]
From the food pyramid: for the journeyman programmer It is a great […]
I have been collecting some links that describes/categorizes programmers and their attitudes. […]
TIOBE declares Python as the programming language of 2007. I track this […]
Chris Wood has a great blog post on Software Development Metaphors. He […]