I had a couple of flights last week, and each time we made our final descent into a city, the Southwest Airlines flight attendant said, “Be kind to one another”. 410 more words
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There has been a recent political debate in the United States around the importance of promoting STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects in our children’s education at the expense of liberal arts focused subjects. 653 more words
Something that I have been thinking about the past few days is software, more specifically, how we perceive it. I can only speak for myself here, and I’ve done no additional research on the matter, but I’ve always viewed software as trivial, and by extension, all digital content is less important because it is not something that exists in a way that a piece of hardware does. 941 more words
Is policy the new law? The quick take here pursues this question.
The observation appears to hold ground considering the manner in which important decisions are made and implemented by governments worldwide, although this applies more to democracies than other forms of political systems. 553 more words
Refactoring is defined as the process of restructuring existing computer code without changing its external behavior. For non-developers this sounds stupid and many managers don’t understand why it needs to be done as they are only focused on adding new features. 568 more words