the Origins of Opera and the Future of Programming – Jessica Kerr – Medium


20 bookmarks. First posted by andydavies april 2018.


At the end of this post is an audacious idea about the present and future of software development. In the middle are points about mental models: how important and how difficult they are. But first, a…
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april 2018 by maxbeier
Software is not a craft.

Nor is it an art.

Nor is it engineering, or architecture, or anything we've ever before.

I now have words for what development is: the practice of symmathesy.https://t.co/gCbHaNXrcG

— Jessica Kerr (@jessitron) April 16, 2018

http://twitter.com/jessitron/status/985684130804502534
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april 2018 by derekprior
At the end of this post is an audacious idea about the present and future of software development. In the middle are points about mental models: how important and how difficult they are. But first, a story of the origins of Opera.
practices  management 
april 2018 by nicolashery
At the end of this post is an audacious idea about the present and future of software development. In the middle are points about mental models: how important and how difficult they are. But first, a…
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april 2018 by mreinbold
At the end of this post is an audacious idea about the present and future of software development. In the middle are points about mental models: how important and how difficult they are. But first, a story of the origins of Opera. via Pocket
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april 2018 by domingogallardo
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april 2018 by torbennr
This Camerata was a diverse group of people who gathered and worked on a common problem: they were bored with polyphony, the esteemed music of their day. coping with a common puzzle which they, separately and as a group, tried to solve Van Gogh lived in the Montmartre district with the other artists and dealers and critics. includes “Head” by Bogomazov next to a piece by my daughterThis brings us to the modern day, where we can find examples of this phenomenon in software teams. the Camerata “were like midwives to a sixteenth century which was pregnant with the peculiar conjunction of social, ideological, and cultural ideas and practices from which the opera emerged.” It was a time of increasing variation; regional and local distinctions emerged, in spite of the Church aiming for uniformity. It reminds me of a move from typing Java in a cubicle into an agile team, with discussions including designers and testers and businesspeople.
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