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Books for hacker-minded people - HackerBooks
Find and explore books quoted on Stack Overflow*and Hacker News*.
book  books  site  tool  web  search  comment  socialsoftware  programming  development 
february 2011 by rafaeldff
Bits of Evidence
Bits are too small a unit, I would prefer to see at least some bytes of evidence. I guess I'll have to wait for the O'Reilly book.
software  engineering  SE  softwareengineering  CS  computerscience  research  stats  empirical  evidence  talk  GregWilson  presentation  development  science  statistics  productivity 
october 2009 by rafaeldff
Bridging the Communication Gap » The book
Book about acceptance tests by Gojko Adzic, recommended by Keith Braithwaite.
book  software  development  testing  engineering  agile  acceptance  AcceptanceTests  GojkoAdzic  test  tests  example  examples  modeling 
june 2009 by rafaeldff
Swing 2.0 - Where to from here? | Jonathan Giles
Predictably, Sun's response to calls for "Swing 2.0" was a polite "Sorry, no-can-do. Too busy with JavaFX and avoiding bankruptcy and stuff". Now, it's a bit early to tell, but it seems the developer community response may be to take the helm and refactor (or rewrite) Swing without Sun's involvement, viewing a possible integration with OpenJDK in the future.
blog  post  JonathanGiles  Sun  Java  Swing  client  desktop  application  API  JDK  development  opensource  politics  OpenJDK  opinion  essay  GUI  toolkit  programming 
february 2009 by rafaeldff
Code Craft » The code garden (an analogy that sucks less)
This "code as a garden" analogy is actually better than I had given it credit for.
blog  post  software  development  analogy  engineering  process  garden  CodeAsAGarden  KevinBarnes 
august 2008 by rafaeldff
Managed Extensibility Framework - Home
New project from the .net world. Seems like a combination of OSGI service layer and Eclipse's extension registry.
project  plugin  extension  development  application  software  Microsoft  MEF  component  dynamic  dynamicity  runtime  CBD  via:DonBox 
june 2008 by rafaeldff
stan4j.com - Home
A commercial "structure analysis tool for Java" with metrics, charts and all that stuff. Looks promising, but it is a pity their website is infested with marketing nonsense.
project  software  development  metric  metrics  visualization  charts  graphs  eclipse  code  analysis  structure  Odysseus 
june 2008 by rafaeldff
DSLs: A Logical Approach (Domain-Specific Languages)
Great idea: a course at the University of British Columbia about DSL development. Using Prolog! I have a hunch that we'll hear a lot more about logic programming in the not-so-near future. Sadly, there are no lecture notes...
course  academic  UBC  DSL  language  prolog  logic  development  LogicProgramming  LP  parsing  parser  interpreter  via:LtU 
may 2008 by rafaeldff
Introduction to VisualWorks Smalltalk
David Buck demonstrates development in a Smalltalk image trough a debugging exercise on a "live" card game.
DavidBuck  video  Smalltalk  screencast  development  programming  simberon  VisualWorks  demo  demonstration  debugging  image 
may 2008 by rafaeldff
MF Bliki: SchoolsOfSoftwareDevelopment
"As a profession we need to recognize that multiple schools exist, and their approach to software development development is quite different."
MartinFowler  blog  post  software  engineering  development  practice  school  schools  history  tradition  certification 
april 2008 by rafaeldff
Discipline often directed at the symptom, not the cause
ObjectMentor's Brett Schuchert relates a project where small inefficiencies in the build system provoked deeper problems with the code structure.
blog  post  article  BrettSchuchert  ObjectMentor  build  C  C++  code  organization  process  development  software  engineering  discipline 
march 2008 by rafaeldff
peripatetic axiom: Exemplary Thoughts
Keith Braithwaite on the analogy between prototypes and examples/tests and how they are closer to the way we intuitively think about the world than categorization and traditional requirements elicitation.
blog  post  KeithBraithwaite  agile  software  engineering  development  requirements  prototype  category  class  classification  categorization  taxonomy  test  testing  example  examples  TDD  cognition  CognitiveScience 
december 2007 by rafaeldff
DSL Book WIP -- [Fowler]
Martin Fowler: "For a while now, I've been working on a book on Domain Specific Languages. This page is a gateway into my Work In Progress on the book."
MartinFowler  book  site  language  software  development  DSL  domain  pattern  WIP 
november 2007 by rafaeldff
OOPSLA 2007 Podcast
Interviews with OOPSLA speakers and audio recordings of keynotes. I found Fred Brooks' keynote very thought provoking and the one delivered by Guy Steele and Richard Gabriel quite surreal (but it sounds like attendees, who could see what was going on, enj
podcast  OOPSLA  2007  conference  OO  talk  talks  catalog  keynote  keynotes  FredBrooks  GuySteele  RichardGabriel  JohnMcCarthy  GregorKiczales  audio  software  engineering  development 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
PragDave: Art in Programming
"Software development is neither. Nor is it art. It's just software development. People who look for the "software is like xxx" analogies are missing the point. Software development is like software development. Let's decide what works for us, and have fu
blog  post  quote  PragDave  DaveThomas  programming  CS  ComputerScience  software  engineering  development  art 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
Intro to Distributed Version Control (Illustrated) | BetterExplained
"Traditional version control helps you backup, track and synchronize files. Distributed version control makes it easy to share changes. Done right, you can get the best of both worlds: simple merging and centralized releases."
article  tutorial  KalidAzad  howto  introduction  DVCS  distributed  VCS  SCM  Mg  Mercurial  git  darcs  diagram  illustration  illustrated  build  tool  software  development  collaboration  configurationmanagement  versioning  system 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
Clearing some confusion (How The Game Is Played)
"There seems to be some confusion out there in the field about what Sun is doing in the Virtual 3D Environments space. Since my baby is Project Darkstar, I thought I'd do what I could to try to clear it up a bit:"
JeffKesselman  blog  post  Sun  research  software  3d  environment  game  development  framework  project  projects  MPK20  Wonderland  jVoiceBridge  Darkstar  ProjectDarkstar 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
Update on the Natural Programming Project
(Nothing to do with NLP) This talk presents a series of HCI studies conducted at CMU with programmers. Too many interesting ideas to summarize here... This video is specially recommended for people aboard the DSL bandwagon.
video  talk  presentation  programming  googletechtalk  BradMyers  research  HCI  usability  CMU  IDE  tool  tooling  development  coding  studies  programmer 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
Software Is Hard
Everyone seems to be linking to this essay, and it is indeed quite good. Nothing new (at least if you've read Brooks' "No Silver Bullet", which you should) but it could be useful as a reference to laypeople interested in the mysteries of software developm
article  essay  KyleWilson  software  engineering  development  programming  construction  difficulties  complexity  SoftwareEngineering  projectmanagement  estimation  PM  project  interesting 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
Bazaar Project Templates
"I've been experimenting with Bazaar [a distributed version control system] ]for a little while and had a strange idea: why not use branches as a project template mechanism?"
blog  post  RyanTomayko  template  project  build  setup  configuration  ruby  BZR  Bazaar  SCM  VCS  DVCS  DSCM  development  programming 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
Continuous Testing Explained
"What is continuous testing? It’s turning the knob on Test Driven Development up to 11, by automatically running the tests on every save. This has profound effects on the way that TDD is applied, and is likely to make you a more efficient and productive
article  blog  post  BenRady  testing  test  Continuous  ContinuousTesting  build  tdd  technique  practice  SE  software  engineering  programming  development 
september 2007 by rafaeldff
Fluidez - Improve It
"Desenvolver software é uma atividade que se assemelha mais ao que um escritor faz. Portanto, tem idas e vindas. Quem desenvolve software vai e volta várias vezes enquanto está avançando."
article  pt-br  XP  agile  development  ViníciusManhãesTeles  ViníciusTeles  ImproveIt  flow  introduction 
september 2007 by rafaeldff
The Little Calculist: Science and engineering
"Because debugging and testing are about observing and understanding an existing system, rather than constructing or modifying a system, the barriers we construct to enforce our engineering principles become obstacles. [they] need to violate abstraction b
blog  post  article  interesting  IDE  tool  tooling  software  development  debugging  test  testing  abstraction  code  program  understanding  SoftwareEngineering  engineering 
september 2007 by rafaeldff
No Name: Just Notes on Software Reuse
The postmodern programming guys investigate the concept of reuse in software through "passages" taken from authors as diverse as Ada Lovelace, Don Knuth, Turing, Parnas and Bill Gates. I think summarizing their findings here is counterproductive.
paper  essay  article  software  reuse  engineering  component  components  architecture  culture  society  market  development  programming  postmodern  postmodernism  RobertBiddle  AngelaMartin  JamesNoble 
september 2007 by rafaeldff
Holding a Program in One's Head
"One of the defining qualities of organizations since there have been such a thing is to treat individuals as interchangeable parts. This works well for more parallelizable tasks, like fighting wars. ...But having ideas is not very parallelizable. And tha
article  essay  PaulGraham  programming  code  coding  software  development  engineering 
august 2007 by rafaeldff
raganwald: Bricks
Here is my attempt to summarize an insightful and long article by Reg Braithwaite (one of his best, IMHO): Software Development Is Not Monotonic.
article  essay  blog  post  RegBraithwaite  ReginaldBraithwaite  raganwald  SE  software  engineering  development  process  project  management  estimation  staffing  people  pm  metaphor  analogy 
august 2007 by rafaeldff
platform: NetBeans Platform 6.0 Quick Start Tutorial
"This tutorial demonstrates how to build an HTML Editor, without any Java coding whatsoever. At the end of this tutorial, you will have an HTML Editor that looks like this:"
toread  NetBeans  tutorial  module  plugin  development 
august 2007 by rafaeldff
Exploration Through Example » Blog Archive » Caring about software, public goods games, and our present state
Brian Marick analyzing the software development job market as an adversarial game and applying game theory results in favor of his argument towards a more aggressive agile alliance.
BrianMarick  blog  post  article  software  development  programming  programmer  team  job  market  Agile  AgileAlliance  game  GameTheory 
august 2007 by rafaeldff
YSlow for Firebug
From Yahoo! devs: "YSlow analyzes web pages and tells you why they're slow based on the rules for high performance web sites. YSlow is a Firefox add-on integrated with the popular Firebug web development tool"
tool  project  software  opensource  web  webdev  performance  html  http  Yahoo  Yahoo!  YSlow  firebug  firefox  extension  plugin  development 
july 2007 by rafaeldff
Global Nerdy » Blog Archive » Laws of Software Development
Compendium of programming and computer science "laws", from Amdahl's up to Wirth's and Zawinski's.
blog  post  article  reference  programming  development  CS  ComputerScience  law  laws  rule  rules  list  catalog  compendium 
july 2007 by rafaeldff
The Founding of the Agile Alliance
Robert C. Martin recollections from the birth of the Agile movement.
blog  post  article  RobertMartin  RobertCMartin  unclebob  agile  SE  software  engineering  process  history  development 
july 2007 by rafaeldff
Code Completion using Keyword Queries in Java (application/pdf Object)
"We propose a code completion technique that uses a small number of keywords, provided by the user in a code editor, to generate method calls and field references in Java. The keywords are interpreted as a search query over a space of possible expression
article  paper  pdf  IDE  development  programming  code  assist  CodeAssist  query  search  intellisense  completion  Java 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
Joshua Marinacci's Blog: A Response to GUI Building: tool vs hand coded
Joshua Marinacci argues that using a visual took to build GUIs is not so restrictive as people think. He exemplifies with ways in which developers can modify and extend GUI functionality while using NetBeans Matisse editor.
blog  post  JoshuaMarinacci  article  Java  GUI  Swing  development  programming  tool  tooling  visual  editor  design  NetBeans  Matisse  opinion 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
Bad Engineering Properties of Object-Oriented Language
"The OO paradigm emerged in the 60's, roughly during the time that important notions such as data abstraction, polymorphism, and modularization were applied to the procedural paradigm. Eventually, OO languages also acquired [them], but not quite in the sa
LucaCardelli  paper  OO  critique  criticism  SE  software  engineering  language  paradigm  development  DataAbstraction  abstraction  polymorphism  modularization 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
Fragmental » 3 Letrinhas
(In Portuguese) Philip Calçado makes an insightful analysis of the current market for software development in Brazil, today. I could summarize it as "cheap labor, cheap software".
blog  post  article  pt-br  PhillipCalçado  shoes  software  development  market  job  Brazil  Brasil  consultancy  outsourcing 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
Chet Haase's Blog: Consumer JRE: Leaner, Meaner Java
We have several outstanding issues with Java as a consumer desktop platform... The good news is that we are aware of these issues. The better news is that we're working on the problems. The best news is that we are close to solutions and intend to delilve
blog  post  ChetHaase  Java  JRE  JavaSE  desktop  applet  development  consumer  ConsumerJRE  JDK  6  Java6  jvm  launch  startup  quickstart  kernel  JavaKernel 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
Roumen's Weblog - An Important Promise From This Java One
Roumen: "The most exciting thing for me coming from this Java One is the promise that Sun is going to fix the web browser applet plug-in and various issues with deployment of Java applications on the desktop."
java  JavaSE  desktop  JRE  applet  JavaWS  deployment  installation  install  plugin  web  development  javaone  2007  JavaOne2007 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
Greenfoot - The Java Object World
"Greenfoot is an integrated development environment that makes it easy to write games and simulations in Java. It comes with a broad range of demo scenarios and documentation that gets newcomers started very quickly. Greenfoot may be used to learn or teac
project  opensource  Java  Greenfoot  Game  Games  development  IDE  environment  edu  edtech  2D  engine  Education  teaching  GUI  visual 
april 2007 by rafaeldff
Exploration Through Example » Blog Archive » Stepping in the same river many times
Too hard to summarize. Excellent article, using philosophy to help analyze software development with a degree of "seriousness" I hadn't encountered before. Again, truly excellent!
article  presentation  lecture  talk  BrianMarick  blog  post  software  engineering  development  philosophy  science  agile  SPA2007  SPA  2007 
april 2007 by rafaeldff
What engineering has in common with manufacturing and why it matters - AC
Alistair Cockburn arguing for a different interpretation of the manufacturing metaphor relating to software development (the "products" are more like ideas/decisions than actual software)
paper  AlistairCockburn  SE  softwareengineering  engineering  manufacturing  metaphor  management  agile  projectmanagement  project  workflow  software  development  process 
february 2007 by rafaeldff
Web Death by Strings (Objectmentor blog)
Robert Martin: "Web programming is probably the worst programming environment I have ever worked in; and I’ve worked in a lot of programmign environments."
blog  post  RobertMartin  webdev  web  programming  development  OO  html  javascript  RobertCMartin  UncleBob  objectmentor  rant 
january 2007 by rafaeldff
In Relation To... - Still J Day
Gavin King on the strength of the Java platform, how it has evolved from the Struts/EJB2 times, how refactoring rocks, ending with a challenge to write one of Seam's demo apps in a dynamic language as a comparison.
blog  post  GavinKing  java  language  JavaEE  EJB3  JSF  Seam  advocacy  programming  development  groovy  grails 
december 2006 by rafaeldff
Standish: Why were Project Failures Up and Cost Overruns Down in 1998?
The answer, or at least the hypothesis, is that the industry wide movement toward Web Apps helped simplify software development.
article  news  InfoQ  Standish  report  stat  statistics  industry  tech  software  development  engineering  SE  web  webdev  trend  trends 
october 2006 by rafaeldff
Dr. Dobb's | Old ideas form the basis of advancements in functional programming | July 22, 2001
Historical intro to type systems by Philip Wadler. It isn't very dense, but still is interesting, specially when Wadler talks about current reasearch directions.
article  PhilipWadler  functional  FP  programming  language  software  development  logic  type  typing  system  LambdaCalculus  PLT  theory  formal  formalism  history  AlonzoChurch  GerhardGentzen  HaskellCurry  Curry-Howard  Frege 
september 2006 by rafaeldff
perl.com: Why I Hate Advocacy
Excellent article criticizing dumb language advocacy (it was published on 2000 and directed towards the Perl community, but it really applies to current flame wars).
article  language  advocacy  anti  critique  criticism  Mark-JasonDominus  MarkDominus  Perl  community  society  debate  development  politics  culture  geek 
september 2006 by rafaeldff
Enterprise Impasse
Justing Gehtland advocating Ruby as perfect for the "real" software that runs enterprises: ad-hoc small coding projects, often focused on integrating diverse data realms.
article  JustinGehtland  ruby  advocacy  enterprise  enterprisey  data  software  development 
september 2006 by rafaeldff
About BPM miracles and what you can expect in real life - (Enter The JBoss Matrix)
JBoss BPM guru says that business analysts writing software through BPM tools is a myth (and some product advocacy, of course).
JBoss  blog  post  TomBaeyens  BPM  SOA  BPEL  java  jBPM  analysis  business  process  SE  SoftwareEngineering  software  engineering  enterprise  development 
july 2006 by rafaeldff
G A P M I N D E R: Flash visualization generator
A Flash visualization generator created for analysing human development data.
visualization  statistics  stats  data  flash  free  Graph  graphing  tool  software  generator  Economics  economy  world  development  nations 
july 2006 by rafaeldff
kumpera.net » Otimizando programas paralelos
"vou apresentar uma série de técnicas que visam fazer as várias threads de um sistema serem mais legais umas com as outras. Vou dividir em três categorias essas técnicas: sincronização, estruturas de dados e contenção externa."
optimization  Concurrency  parallel  software  development  contention  lock  locks  atomicity  parallelism  blog  post  louds  RodrigoKumpera  article  advice  tips  performance  pt-br  pt 
june 2006 by rafaeldff
Mistaeks I Hav Made: Scrapheap Challenge at OOPSLA 2005
Lessons learned from an experiment at OOPSLA 2005 that let teams build a couple of programs through reutiliztion of any available software.
NatPryce  blog  post  experiment  results  oopsla  2005  Scrapheap  code  coding  programming  study  case  CaseStudy  component  framework  reuse  competition  contest  development  shell  pipe  pipes 
june 2006 by rafaeldff
ArticleS. Michael Feathers Refactoring Needs More Than Tests
"(...) hidden precondition: you can only refactor when you are working on one code base."
agile  development  refactoring  test  tests  code  codebase  source  SCC  configuration  article  blog  post  MichaelFeathers  project  management 
may 2006 by rafaeldff
Simple 3.1.3
Simple (yes), high-perf java web server
java  webserver  server  web  http  simple  groovy  development  webdev  LGPL  opensource  project  software 
may 2006 by rafaeldff
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