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Feature: The Net Yaroze Class of 2000 | Edge Online
Now that Net Yaroze has closed its doors, Edge catch up with some former Yaroze developers; they have some interesting things to say on the state of games education in particular.
netyaroze  programming  development  games  education  uk 
june 2009 by infovore
Software Craftmanship: Apprentice to Journeyman [Software Craftsmanship]
Exciting-looking new title from O'Reilly, being developed and written via a wiki. Interesting seeing the emergence of several titles on software engineering as craft rather than science at the moment.
software  development  engineering  programming  craft  education  learning 
february 2008 by infovore
/\ndy: My new book, "Refactor Your Wetware", now in Beta
"I’ve written many times that the two most important skills for a programmer (IMHO) are communications and learning. In this book, I’m taking a hard look at expertise, thinking and learning." Interesting looking new book from Andy Hunt.
programming  software  development  learning  education 
february 2008 by infovore
Talk at Yale: Part 3 of 3 - Joel on Software
"The main thing you don’t learn with a CS degree is how to develop software, although you will probably build up certain muscles in your brain that may help you later if you decide that developing software is what you want to do."
software  development  article  joelspolsky  education  learning  teaching 
december 2007 by infovore

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