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    Steve Dekorte

    2 years ago
    @Edward de Jong / Beads Project Have you read any analysis of how that happened? I know a former Lotus exec I could ask for their side of the story.
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  • Pezo - Zoltan Peto

    Pezo - Zoltan Peto

    2 years ago
    @Edward de Jong / Beads Project What do you think about Rx and Reactive systems (FRP)?
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    shalabh

    2 years ago
    http://symbolflux.com/luciditystory.html
    Lucidity is a new way of understanding what programs are doing as they execute.
    I've been working on it off and on since 2014, but it's looking like I won't be able to continue. So, I'm sharing what I have and telling the story of the project's origins.
    [edit] Author: https://twitter.com/Westoncb I realize this might be misread so adding author link
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  • Mariano Guerra

    Mariano Guerra

    2 years ago
    I'm trying the Product Hunt thing to launch the Newsletter, go and check it out: https://www.producthunt.com/posts/future-of-coding-weekly
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    srini

    2 years ago
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    daf

    2 years ago
    I’m trying to track down a Dave Parnas quote - apparently he said something like “You can’t get from the informal to the formal by formal means.” I think it was in the context of his work “A rational design process: How and Why to fake it”. Does anyone know or have an idea where I could look to find it?
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  • Nick Smith

    Nick Smith

    2 years ago
    Are there established principles for how to design a GUI that works well for both mouse navigation and keyboard navigation (maybe even touch)? Been working on a structured editor and feels like I'm stumbling blind / reinventing some unknown wheel. Working on intuition and some reference material like spreadsheets and note-taking apps (Notion etc).
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  • Mariano Guerra

    Mariano Guerra

    2 years ago
    Last week's newsletter is slowly moving through a series of pipes to a mail box near you: https://tinyletter.com/marianoguerra/letters/future-of-coding-weekly-2020-01-week-2
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  • Duncan Cragg

    Duncan Cragg

    2 years ago
    Hi, fellow innovator (yes, you!). I'm interested in your driving principles for the work you do in the future of programming/coding. For example, "state and i/o are bad/good", "text is bad/good", "always allow explorable explanations", "programmer must always see the data changing when the code changes", "anything else Bret Victor thinks", "don't allow syntax errors", "programming is about modelling the world", "it's time to break the programmer|corporate|etc priesthood!!", "declarative not imperative", "eliminate accidental complexity", "flappy bird in 10 lines".. What are the fundamental principles you always look to (and have always held to, looking back) when making any technical or design decision, even if only subconsciously?
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  • Michael Dubakov

    Michael Dubakov

    2 years ago