Monday, October 6, 2008


I spend a lot of time thinking (read: complaining) about various aspects of the nature and quality of the code that gets written in the corporate and government world of consultantware. A lot of the problems are the old classics that you'd expect from lazy or hurried programmers, and some are unique to the nature of the business (or so I believe).

I have discussed a lot of these topics with Jonathan Lange, whose work in the open source world with Canonical is more or less the polar opposite of my own. So if you tire of my griping, I recommend Mere Code for a different perspective. Also, you will learn about Bazaar.

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