A little bit of technical debt can sometimes be strategic, but keep an eye on it to make sure it doesn’t get out of hand. And as always, plan ahead.
Posts Tagged: programming
The best development tool doesn’t have to be the latest.
If you are a part of an organization that has any type of wellness program, consider yourself very fortunate. Before we proceed, let us define wellness. According to Dictionary.com, Wellness means “the quality or state of being healthy in body and mind, especially as the result of deliberate effort.” Another definition is “an approachRead… Read more »
In the UK, from September this year (the start of their school year), all primary and secondary students in state-run schools will be taught how to program computers as a mandatory part of their national curriculum. Announced as part of the UK’s ‘Year of Code’, the introduction of this new mandatory computing curriculum was necessary,Read… Read more »
Dick was interviewed by Tom D’Auria of IMI TechTalk, on KFNX News Talk Radio, Sunday, August 1st. The conversation was about how programming is becoming less complex and how computer software is being fashioned directly by users, instead of professional programmers. These are Dick’s notes from the interview. What users are becoming what programmers? 30Read… Read more »
Elena Rapisardi, a new friend who contracts with, and does innovative volunteer work for, various parts of the Italian government, has reported out on an interesting meeting here. I bring this up because we don’t always notice when new ground is being broken and new fuel is being provided for our own further development andRead… Read more »