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We are a group of tech blogging enthusiasts who love art and tech and believe that these two should only go together. We are not interested in bad art, which we think is art not of the 21st century. With the changing tastes of consumers, modernity and art are coming together intertwined and almost everything we do today can be deemed as art. Just like how a worker making something in a factory can be seen as a portrait or still art by others, we can also see technology and its advances as relating to artistic means of living.

In this blog we will be writing about all the things we can think about. While this blog is only run by myself and my brother, Blaine, we will do our best to come up with unique and interesting content for you readers every now and then. If our content is not interesting or good enough, do feel free to send us an email at our Contact Us page. Otherwise, we hope that everything you read here is something that is interesting for you and that we will be able to entertain you as much as we write what we want.

I began working with software application in the early 80’s as well as in the mid 80’s I started obtaining curious about the then brand-new world of object-oriented advancement. I began to specialize in bringing objects to business info systems, initially with a number of firms and then as an independent specialist.

In the very early days this was making use of Smalltalk and also C++, now it’s Java, C# and also Ruby. Yearly I find out something new, however I additionally discover that many of the lessons from the past still apply. This job has led me right into taking a leading duty in OO evaluation and also layout, the UML, patterns, and active development approaches.

I have actually composed 7 publications on software growth.

Evaluation Patterns are those repetitive suggestions that I have actually encountered in business (domain name) modeling that I have done throughout my profession. Thus they combine the crucial areas of patterns and business object development.

UML Distilled is a succinct introduction (under half an inch!) of the symbols, semiotics, and also a repetitive development process. It won a Software Advancement Productivity honor in 1998 and also is now offered in a 3rd edition.

Refactoring explains how to modify the design of existing software application in a regulated as well as fast manner.

I wrote Preparation Extreme Configuring with Kent Beck – it describes just how to do the intensive preparation that XP needs.

Patterns of Business Application Style explains a few of the common patterns I have actually seen in developing enterprise applications. It won a Software application Growth Efficiency award and also an ideal Java book award from JavaWorld.com.

Domain-Specific Languages: has to do with little languages which can aid clear up little, however important, locations of a software application task.

I wrote NoSQL Distilled with my coworker Pramod Sadalage. It’s a short (150 web page) intro to the world of NoSQL Databases and the future of polyglot determination.

I invested five years in the very early noughties as the editor of the style column for IEEE Software application magazine. In the late 90s I wrote a column for Distributed Computer magazine. I rarely compose for publications now, favoring to concentrate my non-book writing on my web site, which most likely you have actually located by now.