256 RR Reading Code and The Architecture of Open Source Applications with Michael DiBernardo

Episode 262 · April 20th, 2016 · 1 hr 3 mins

About this Episode

01:42 - Michael DiBernardo Introduction

02:27 - The Architecture of Open Source Applications Series

08:24 - Demonstrating Concepts in 500 Lines of Code

12:24 - Why Open Source?

14:20 - Lessons Learned

19:05 - Communication Issues

22:41 - Reuse

28:52 - What should people gain from the book?

34:12 - How to Read a Book Like This (Retention)

37:48 - Soft Skills

Picks

Udi Dahan: The Fallacy Of ReUse (David)
Dan Luu: Normalization of deviance in software: how broken practices become standard (David)
A Mind of Its Own: How Your Brain Distorts and Deceives by Cordelia Fine (Avdi)
HolloLens Demo (Chuck)
Build a Raspberry Pi-Powered DIY Amazon Echo (Chuck)
How Buildings Learn: What Happens After They're Built by Stewart Brand (Michael)
How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching (Michael)
Writing Excuses (Michael)