It started as a question about what editor to use, and a desire to find a modern editor with code folding. But since then, the conversation has turned into a discussion on the realization that the “old” way we built large-scale software in .NET, Java and other “enterprise” languages, may not be so “old” after all.
Call it “code collapse”, “code folding”, “regions” or whatever your editor says it is called… just don’t call it a feature when it does little more than hide the monsters lurking in your code base.
I was all set to npm publish the next version of my Rabbus library. All my tests were passing, and everything was good to go. Then I decided to write just one more test… just in case. I mean, the code works fine. I don’t need to write this test. I know I don’t need […]
A few months ago (fall of 2015), my 6 year old daughter saw a crochet kit at a bookstore. It was the kind of kit that comes with a crochet hook, yarn and a book of patterns. There’s enough yarn to create two small projects and hopefully get you started with a new hobby. My […]
Can we all agree, for a moment, that language is important? No, not your favorite programming language. I mean human language – the way we communicate meaning and intention. It is important. Without language, semantics and meaning, Apple goosing bubbles orange nerf solos te juggler with ducken butt, and warbles con queso; Am I right? […]