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Ten Commandments of Egoless Programming
[Articles] > Ten Commandments of Egoless Programming
Dan MacNeil <dan at lctc dot org> : ...the term "egoless programming" was created in [The Psychology Of Computer Programming]... - Can anyone let me know if these commandments are from that book !
* [builder.com: Lamont Adams: Ten Commandments of Egoless Programming|http://builder.com.com/5100-6404-1045782.html]
* [zdnet.co.uk: Ten Commandments of egoless programming|http://www.zdnet.co.uk/print/?TYPE=story&AT=2111465-39020648t-10000021c] - same as above - printer friendly !
Kishore Balakrishnan - Resume
* To be a master craftsman in the art of computer programming.
* Programming
* [Programming]
Dave Winer
* [Programmers] have a very precise understanding of truth. You can't lie to a compiler. Try it sometime. Garbage in, garbage out. Booleans, the ones and zeros, trues and falses, make up the world programmers live in. That's all there is! I think programming is deep, it teaches us about the non-cyber universe we live in. There's something spiritual about computers, and I want to understand it.
[Gerald M. Weinberg]'s book [The Psychology of Computer Programming]
[Guido van Rossum]'s [Computer Programming for Everybody]
The Invisible Future: The Seamless Integration of Technology into Everyday Life
>designing, locating, retrieving, using, configuring, programming,
>on programming than on systems, on theory more than experimentation, and on
Extreme Programming
[Computers] > [Programming] > Extreme Programming
Literate Programming
[Computers] > [Programming] > Literate Programming
[Computers] > [Programming] > PHP
[Working With Text Files in PHP|http://www.stickysauce.com/tutorials/programming/php/phptextfiles/index.htm]
Computer Programming for Everybody
[Articles] > Computer Programming for Everybody
Guido van Rossum
...I am the author of the [Python] programming language...
[Computers] > [Programming] > Python
[Computers] > [Software] > Programming
http://prog21.dadgum.com/ - Programming in the 21st Century - It's not about technology for its own sake. It's about being able to implement your own ideas.
[Object-Oriented Programming]
[Literate Programming]
[Extreme Programming]
[Pair Programming]
[Table Oriented Programming]
[Why Functional Programming Matters --- In an Object-Oriented World!|http://www.cs.rice.edu/~matthias/Presentations/fp_oop.ppt]
[Ten Commandments of Egoless Programming]
[Simplicity, Clarity, Generality|http://www.math.harvard.edu/computing/programming/rules.html]
[Lord Palmerston on Programming|http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/LordPalmerston.html]
[Computer Programming for Everybody]
[Programming Community Index|http://www.tiobe.com/tpci.htm]
[Programming Wisdom Center]
Object-Oriented Programming
[Computers] > [Programming] > Object-Oriented Programming
[Object Oriented Programming Oversold!|http://www.geocities.com/tablizer/oopbad.htm]
[Object-Oriented Programming Concepts|http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/java/concepts/]
[Computers] > [Programming] > mySQL
[Computers] > [Programming] > Java
Dennis Ritchie
Central Unix figure, co-creator of [Unix], with [Ken Thompson]; co-inventor of [C] programming language, with [Brian Kernighan]
Bjarne Stroustrup
"I designed and implemented the [C++] programming language."
[Computers] > [Programming] > C++
The Psychology of Computer Programming
[Books] > The Psychology of Computer Programming
Programming Wisdom Center
[Programming] > Programming Wisdom Center
How to Design Programs
[Programming] > How to Design Programs
The Software Conspiracy
[Programming] > The Software Conspiracy
Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
[Books]/[Programming] > Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
Philip and Alex's Guide to Web Publishing
[Programming] > Philip and Alex's Guide to Web Publishing
[Programming] > Unix
Pair Programming
[Programming] > Pair Programming
http://pairprogramming.com/ is an [extreme programming] practice
Jutta Degener
[Programming in C|http://kbs.cs.tu-berlin.de/~jutta/c/index.html] is also her work !
[Programming] > C
[Programming] > Pascal
[Programming] > BASIC
[Programming] > Scheme
[The Scheme Programming Language|http://www.swiss.ai.mit.edu/projects/scheme/]
Table Oriented Programming
[Programming] > Table Oriented Programming
[Extreme Programming] and [Feature Driven Development] : [a short comparison|http://www.togethercommunity.com/coad-letter/Coad-Letter-0070.html] : The Bottom Line in the article is the essence : ...It is important to discover what works for you and your organization. The name of the process you use is not important. What is important is the ability to repeatedly deliver frequent, tangible, working results on time, within budget and with agreed function...
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Advanced Business Applications Programming
Feature Driven Development
[Programming] > Feature Driven Development
[Programming] > Arc
Alan Kay
is one of the inventors of the Smalltalk programming language and one of the fathers of the idea of [Object-Oriented Programming]. He is the conceiver of the laptop computer and the architect of the modern windowing GUI.
[Programming] > Lisp
Greg Franklin
I firmly believe great software doesn't arise from egoless or collaborative programming. It needs strong technical underpinnings (kernel-level), strong interfaces (user-level), but most of all it needs a director: A person or group of persons who have a vision for the code, give it a purpose. Technical superiority of the constituent parts isn't enough. In short, good software must have an ego built into it, a personality. The "great man" theory, in a sense.
Prakash Sridharan
* Programming Languages
The Programmers' Stone
http://www.reciprocality.org/Reciprocality/r0/ : ...The purpose of this site is to recapture, explore and celebrate the Art of Computer Programming. By so doing we hope to help the reader either become a better programmer, understand what less experienced programmers are struggling with, or communicate more effectively with other experienced programmers...
[Programming] > MVC Model-View-Controller
Deleting Code
[Articles]/[Programming] > Deleting Code
[Computers], [Programming], [Religion]
http://cs193p.stanford.edu - iPhone Application Programming by Stanford
[Programming] > Compiler
Rich Hickey
You should take heed your phrase 'leveling up'. You don't level up by switching games all the time, but by sticking with one long enough to gain advanced skills. And, you need to be careful to recognize the actual game involved. Programming mastery has little to do with languages, paradigms, platforms, building blocks, open source, conferences etc. These things change all the time and are not fundamental. Knowledge acquisition skills allow you to grok them as needed. I'd take a developer (or even non-developer!) with deep knowledge acquisition and problem solving skills over a programmer with a smorgasbord of shallow experiences any day.
In 9th grade, I attended a local programming contest. I spent a morning running floppy disks to the judges, and left with a full belly and $500&#8202;&#8202;I had won by a sizable margin. I immediately went home and Googled for more high school programming contests. I found a pen-and-paper competition in which you answer multiple-choice questions about the BASIC programming language.

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