When we look at a project and attempt to determine whether or not it is successful, there are many aspects and considerations that have to be judged. It can be difficult to judge, as well – and often depends on your perspective in relation to the software. Are you the customer? Or the developer? The […]
I’ve often been involved in conversations that boil down to “framework vs library” use in software development. But after reading a blog post, recently, I found myself wondering if this is even the right question to ask. If “framework vs library” is the wrong question, then what is the right question?
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.
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 […]