Hi! 👋 Welcome to a new post.
On October 19-21, I attended the SoCraTes (un)conference in Rimini. With over 90 people, we gathered to talk about software crafting, testing, and all related (and unrelated) stuff 😛.
The event was fantastic! I met a lot of new people, gained insights into my current and future learning, and had some interesting (and crazy) discussions (such as discovering the niche of custom keyboards and firmware 🤩)!!!
In this post, I’m going to give a brief summary of what an unconference is and the sessions I attended during the event.
Hi 👋 and welcome to a new post!
Today I’ll post a summary of a book I read at the beginning of 2023, titled “A Philosophy of Software Design”, by John Ousterhout. John is a professor at Stanford, where he teaches “Operating System Principles” and “Software Design Studio”.
In the book he distills a career worth of advice, taken from his personal experience and the issues and solutions emerged while teaching his software design course.