Dan on October 26th, 2016

When I read these two articles, I was reminded of the Seinfeld episode where George realized that he has been making bad choices all his life – so he should do the opposite of what he thinks is right. Case in point:  This article discussing how the budget deficit is now increasing due to stimulus points how […]

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Dan on October 12th, 2016

I was glad to see this post on the programming churn. I thought the authors point interesting regarding the lost productivity of switching languages and software development paradigms every couple years. I agree with the point that the progress in software is logarithmic, that in the early  days the progression from one language to another […]

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