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The Software Process and Measurement Cast 602 features my interview with Duncan DeVore, the co-author of Reactive Application Development. Duncan and I talked about reactive design patterns, adopting a reactive architecture, and how writing a book changes your outlook on life. It was a really cool discussion that covered technical and non-technical topics.
Note — I am sorry for missing a week. I did not expect a new laptop (less than a month old) would have its motherboard and SSD fail. I am thankful for backups!
I specialize in the design and implementation of distributed systems using the tenets of the Reactive Manifesto with Scala, Akka, and the Typesafe stack. I believe in responsible design through functional programming with an abundance of test coverage. I love to code, present, and help others work through the challenges of distributed computing.
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Week 2 of the journey through Tame Your Work Flow by Steve Tendon and Daniel Doiron finds us discussing the Prologue. The prologue introduces concepts and provides a bridge for readers to this book from the Goal by Eli Goldratt and Steve Tendon, and Wolfram Müller’s book Hyper-Productive Knowledge Work Performance, The TameFlow Approach and Its Application to Scrum and Kanban
Next week we start Chapter 1, so buy a copy of Tame your Work Flow to support the authors and blog!
Week 1: Logistics and Front Matterhttps://bit.ly/2LWJ3EY
Week 2: Prologue (The Story of Herbie) – https://bit.ly/3h4zmTi
The Software Process and Measurement Cast 603 will feature my interview with Austin Chadwick. Austin and I talked mobbing, but perhaps more importantly to me, Austin talked about the impact of finding joy in everything you do.
Title: SPaMCAST 602 – Reactive Application Development, An Interview with Duncan DeVore
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Published Date: Sun, 07 Jun 2020 21:10:56 +0000
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