(Jul 30, 2020)
Adam Savage (@donttrythis) posted a marvelous video of his attempt to build a giant brass nut and bolt. It reminds me of software.
(Jun 24, 2018)
I'm writing a thing for GitHub Pages, so I decided to write a thing for GitHub Pages. Yaks all the way down!
(Oct 27, 2017)
We keep re-reading about the FTP object, and re-learning how it works. Then a week later, we've forgotten.
(Oct 19, 2017)
Last time we zeroed in on the FTP capability of our new cut at my 'iPad' project. Today, I'm hoping we'll TDD an FTP object.
(Oct 10, 2017)
Against all my best judgment, we decide to 'start over' on this tiny product.
(Oct 3, 2017)
We've not done work on this for ages. Tozier and I try to figure out what's up.
(Sep 21, 2017)
Just a bit of reflection after two weeks off. Next week, I hope we'll actually do something. Today I remember the Boy Scout Refactoring Rule.
(Sep 7, 2017)
It has been a week since Tozier and I last worked, and I spent most of the time under repair. I'm thinking we'll work on the date-sensitive stuff. I'm mostly wrong.
(Aug 29, 2017)
Chet has me nearly convinced to move my site base to Dropbox. Today we'll talk further about that and about moving the product forward.
(Aug 25, 2017)
I decide to spike a bit on folder and file manipulation.
(Aug 24, 2017)
When this article appears, it will have been processed by our new (MVP) iPad Transfer Mechanism. 'Thank you for pressing the self-destruct button.'
(Aug 23, 2017)
Tozier and I learned something about clean code yesterday. Topics may include bits of Confirmation Bias and fragments of Coding Morality.
(Aug 15, 2017)
I thought today we'd work on the triggering mechanism for the iPad build. Instead something important happened! (Clickbait)
(Aug 3, 2017)
If I were a REAL product owner, I'd be pressuring the hell out of my team right now. So I will. How did that work out, Ron?
(Aug 1, 2017)
We'll try to focus on building features today, but there are lurking issues in those magical incantations we do about Dir and FTP classes.
(Jul 28, 2017)
Thoughts about Technical Debt
(Jul 28, 2017)
Time to do some work after the heavy refactorings involving quantum mechanics. Let's see if we remember how.
(Jul 25, 2017)
In this short session, we inch forward and wind up in a better place. Not THAT better place. I just mean the code is better.
(Jul 20, 2017)
What's next for the iPad project? Refactoring, it turns out.
(Jul 13, 2017)
We knew last Thursday that we had an issue with folders and folder names. A week later, we dig back in.
(Jul 6, 2017)
We really hope to get from end to end today. You won't believe what happens next. Unless you're paying attention.
(Jul 4, 2017)
Tozier and I shoot again for end to end on the iPad project. What happens next? As I write these words, I don't know either.
(Jun 30, 2017)
We're clearly closer than we were, and it feels very close. But not as close as we thought.
(Jun 28, 2017)
Bill and I decided to do a bit more on the iPad publication project. You won't believe what happened next. Unless you expect trouble.
(Jun 20, 2017)
Today Tozier and I will do a Quick Design Session and start TDDing something that will, I hope, turn into the actual app.
(Jun 16, 2017)
In which we suddenly realize something about Tozier.
(Jun 15, 2017)
Tozier and I start with some Ruby code for FTP or something.
(Jun 14, 2017)
Tozier and I try some things.
(Jun 10, 2017)
I'm told the iPad is the new Mac, or something. Anyway, it'd be nice to be able to write articles on the iPad and get them on my web site without lugging around my Macbook.