Good morning, and happy Sunday! Here are some things I found interesting in the past week.
- READ: Anil Dash on tackling the big bugs in software.
- ALSO: Jonas Downey on moving slowly and fixing things.
- WATCH: Nadia Odunayo on how to use nonviolent communication in software teams.
- BOOKMARK: For the next time you’re setting up a pair programming environment, this article on considerate pair-programming. First in a three-part series.
No title photo today, but next week could feature a snazzy photo from you, with a link to whatever you would like to show the BRUNCH audience. All you need to do is submit your latest brunch-ey food photo!
Meanwhile, here’s what I’ve been up to…
- One of the most-requested episodes in RubyTapas history, I’ve finally released a guest screencast from Justin Weiss on how to incorporate the Whole Value pattern cleanly into Rails codebases.
- There are still some seats left for the live beta run of Master the Object-Oriented Mindset in Ruby and Rails!
Thanks for joining me for BRUNCH. See you next week!