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


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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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3 days ago 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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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.
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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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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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