Good morning, and happy Sunday! Here are some things I found interesting in the past week.
- READ: Ifu Aniemeka on writing augmented READMEs for difficult legacy projects.
- WATCH: Betsy Haibel on looking at software architecture as theater set design.
- SUBSCRIBE: To Michael Nygard’s RSS feed, if you haven’t already, because he’s starting a series on keeping microservices from building up semantic coupling.
- BE INSPIRED: By this 19-year-old hacker.
- IMAGINE: If all tech conferences had speed meets.
(Today’s title photo is by Emma Barnes, who is programmer-CEO at Bibliocloud.com and MakeOurBook.com, publisher at snowbooks.com, and who is much better at doing those things than baking gingerbread. The next title photo could be yours!)
Meanwhile, here’s what I’ve been up to…
- For RubyTapas subscribers, there’s a new video up about using non-code tools, such as spreadsheets and even (gasp) pen and paper, to quickly build functional prototypes of software.
- My course Master the Object-Oriented Mindset in Ruby and Rails is now full, but there’s a waitlist you can sign up for.
Thanks for joining me for BRUNCH. See you next week!