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Martin Fowler
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Martin Fowler 9h
Replying to @InformIT @tim_hunt
thanks for letting me know, I've updated the link
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Martin Fowler 14h
Here does an excellent job of distilling 's lessons learned from leading co-located and remote-first teams. - remote teams are less creative - benefits of remote-first stop when team > 25
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Martin Fowler Feb 20
fixed a small but annoying issue completing XML attributes in nxml-mode
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Martin Fowler Feb 19
credit should go - I'm just the publisher
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Martin Fowler Feb 18
Replying to @timbray
If you ever achieve that zen state, will you be able to tackle other css heaps too? Asking for a friend.
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Martin Fowler Feb 18
Replying to @CoderBora @KentBeck
That is not a mistake :-) (as will be clear when you read further)
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Tim Herbig Feb 18
"There isn't a simple dichotomy of remote versus co-located work, instead there are several patterns of distribution for teams each of which has different trade-offs and effective techniques suitable for them."
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Martin Fowler Feb 18
Replying to @tim_hunt @InformIT
this is all informit's territory, so I don't know what's happening there. Maybe can help?
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Martin Fowler Feb 18
Replying to @tim_hunt
thanks for the report. However I was unable to reproduce.
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Martin Fowler Feb 16
Replying to @jkordyback
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Martin Fowler Feb 16
Yup, writing is mostly rewriting.
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Martin Fowler Feb 14
Replying to @susanthesquark
I don’t know if it helps, but my later books got harder to write.
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Martin Fowler Feb 14
Many organizations want to use their data, so they put a lot of effort into building a fancy data lake, expecting people to come and use it. 🤦‍♂️ & explain a better approach:
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Martin Fowler Feb 13
my recollections are at
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Martin Fowler Feb 12
I've finally got an errata page up for the second edition of Refactoring. If you spot an error, check here, and if it isn't listed, please let me know.
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Martin Fowler Feb 11
As did I. Rittenhouse Rye, Cocchi Torino, and Woodford Spiced Cherry bitters.
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Martin Fowler Feb 11
Mine is Cocchi Torino (after introduced me to it). Carpano Antiqua is another awesome choice.
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Martin Fowler Feb 11
Replying to @logosity @mfeathers
My sense is the problem with most Manhattans is crummy vermouth. So the best thing is a better bar- plenty of those in Manhattan
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Martin Fowler Feb 11
Replying to @KateRLTB
I don't think my client interaction was great, but it wasn't that bad.
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Martin Fowler Feb 11
Replying to @KateRLTB
Hmm - I followed this guideline. If I *wasn't* getting a portion of my clients (say 1/6) telling me my rates were too high, then my rates were too low.
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