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Martin Fowler 37s
Replying to @dlederle @avdi
I haven't dug into it, but I know people in other engineering branches are familiar with these terms, I've also come across it in sound/lighting areas too. It's common enough that it's an effort to use something else. An effort we should do, and I regret not doing in the past
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Martin Fowler 2h
Replying to @avdi
oh yes, it's wrong in all sorts of ways. But it's a case where we took established terminology rather than making up our own stuff.
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Martin Fowler 2h
Replying to @avdi
true, but it's worth remembering that naming convention existed in other areas of engineering long before. So it's a longer legacy than just us.
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Martin Fowler 3h
Replying to @wilpannell @ggd
and sorry it took a long time to reply - it's been a busy few weeks.
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Martin Fowler 3h
Replying to @wilpannell @ggd
thanks for letting me know. It looks legit - while it uses same names and I would appreciate some citation, the base material is significantly different, so I don't think it's plagarism. cc
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Martin Fowler 7h
Replying to @blueWRL
Yes. I meant what I said in my earlier tweet
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Martin Fowler 7h
Yes. I've never needed to know.
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Martin Fowler 7h
I try to listen and be aware of these things. I am moderately connected to that community and have never heard anyone make an association between DDD and bra sizes. Until today, I didn't realize it was such a measure, nor any pornographic connotations.
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Martin Fowler 12h
Replying to @kgb1001001
Same here. I've never heard anyone make this link, or indicate any concern about the name or abbreviation.
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Martin Fowler 13h
Replying to @HayatoKamono
Thanks, I'll chase at the publisher end
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Martin Fowler Dec 12
I cannot sell books direct, and I'm afraid I don't know how distribution is done in Brazil. Hopefully will be able to find a solution.
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Gillian Brockell Dec 11
An open letter to , , and regarding algorithms and my son's birth:
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Martin Fowler Dec 11
Replying to @igorhara
No. It wouldn't work as an audio book as most of it is framed around code examples.
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Voodoo Artisan (@ Frankfurt. Probably.) Dec 10
PurposeOfEstimation -- a nice little writing from Martin Fowler that examines the background behind one of the more fundamental acts of our discipline -- estimation -- with some healthy advice.
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Martin Fowler Dec 11
Replying to @regetskcob
I don't know how apple books distribution works. You can get epub (which is the format for ibook) via informit (see for links).
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Martin Fowler Dec 11
Several peeps have asked about availability of Refactoring 2nd Ed on Kindle. I don't have any direct info, but it should be soon. The linked page has up to date info on availability, and how to get ebooks
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Martin Fowler Dec 11
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Martin Fowler Dec 11
Replying to @JonMcNestrie
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Martin Fowler Dec 11
Replying to @ViniestLearner
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Martin Fowler Dec 11
Replying to @clayhillcoder
If you don't already have the 1st edition, I'd always recommend version 2. If not, I did a very bad job 😉
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