What’s in a programming paradigm? How did the major paradigms come to be, and why? Once we’ve sworn our love to one paradigm, does a program written under any other still smell as sweet? Can functional programmers learn anything from the object-oriented paradigm, or vice versa?
Avoid using defect tracking systems during the iteration. Fix bugs discovered in the work underway for the iteration immediately. If it takes a lot of work, create a task in the Spring backlog. However, there is usually no need to log this bug in the defect tracking system. Logging it would only create another work […]
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I gave my first Internet of things (IoT) presentation over a decade ago. The response was overwhelming, and I have been waiting for the IoT tidal wave to land ever since. Strangely, it has not. Why not? Fast-forward through those ten years, and I have learned countless lessons. This presentation reviews the strengths and weakness […]