05 Apr 2017
I only knew that Uncle Bob Martin has a blog just last year, 2016, (I think it was April) after a colleague posted a link of the blog post The Programmer’s Oath in out chat group at work.
I learned of the name Robert Martin from his book “Clean Code” which one of my co-workers made us read a few years ago. (I also read about his name and his books in John Sonmez’s blog and Scott Hanselman’s blog)
“Clean Code” was a very good book. I learned a lot from it.
03 Apr 2017
At the office yesterday, my officemates were trying to play as “flat-earthers” pretending to refute spherical-earth proofs that are thrown at them.
01 Apr 2017
This afternoon, I started (again) music lessons for beginners in our small church in our small city, Kidapawan, Philippines.
I’m writing this just to document what I am doing so that if this lessons will happen again in the future, I can refer to this post again for ideas on what to teach.
28 Mar 2017
I don’t know who first coined the phrase “god object” but i think it’s time for us to refrain from using that phrase already.
27 Mar 2017
The second book on programming that I (ever) bought already arrived! Whew!
24 Deadly Sins of Software Security
23 Mar 2017
(Originally written on March 21, 2017)
(The contents of this post might be outdated. The README in this project’s GitHub repository might have updates.)
Last year, I was able to read Uncle Bob Martin’s article titled “The Clean Architecture”. While reading that article I thought that he is just explaining how most software developers do architecture in the real world.
22 Mar 2017
I was reading John chapter 2 a while ago. I would just like to share my thoughts on some things I read.
The word this
In verse 19 Jesus says
“destroy this temple and in three days I will raise it up”.
Then verse 21 says that he was speaking about the “temple of his body”. (I’m a programmer. I want my periods outside the quote … and they don’t look bad with the font I am using! Hmmm.)
16 Mar 2017
A few days ago, I learned about Mattias Petter Johansson or MPJ from reading the article “11 Programmers Who Changed the Game”. I found it on facebook, posted by John Sonmez of simpleprogrammer.com.
I really liked this statement attributed to him:
“Are we forever cursed to do this tooling rodeo, where we try to hold on to the job market for dear life? Constantly learning new tools as they pop up all over the place like a bizarre game of whack-a-mole?
Well, instead of trying to predict the future, which we as humans are really bad at (take a look at Sci-Fi from the 60’s), instead you should learn the stuff that doesn’t change around a lot. Learn the things that have been known since the 70’s and has been true since.
Learn programming in general.”