Engineers love to be Scotty from Star Trek. He’s engineering’s Superman. Relying on Scotty might not be the best idea…
Last night’s IndyPy Meetup was a blast. We had around 25 python developers there and I had the privilege of sharing a little of what I have been working on over the past week or so at DirectEmployers Foundation.
It seems like every spring I end up getting a new laptop. This year, it was prompted by last year’s laptop, a HP having a temperature related problem with the display, and needing to have a machine ready to go to PyCon in March. The new laptop is an AMD Vision A6 powered Samsung. I’ve […]
Just so everyone understands the difference: A programmer is a puh-tey-toh. A software developer is a puh-tah-toh. A software engineer is a potato (in some states, a certified potato).
Companies are making a killing with open source. Google hasn’t done bad with it’s web services and Android OS. Apple has built their entire empire on BSD Unix (it’s what is underneath OSX and iOS) and used open source tools like Webkit to quickly build new offerings like the Safari browser that powers iPhone and […]