Startle And Shout

Posted January 30, 2000 by Joshua Kerievsky in Software Patterns, Training

"…to the hard of hearing you shout, and for the almost-blind you draw large and startling figures."—Flannery O'Connor, "The Fiction Writer and His Country" Experts can walk into situations, see problems, and use their considerable experience and knowledge to begin solving those problems. Non-experts can't do this.
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Patterns & XP

Posted January 13, 2000 by Industrial Logic in Extreme Programming, Software Patterns

Patterns & XP (.pdf) An XP 2000 paper that asks and answers the questions, "Where do Patterns fit in to XP?"
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Pools of Insight: A Pattern Language for Study Groups

Posted July 1, 1999 by Joshua Kerievsky in Software Patterns, Training

About The Work This is a work about starting and running study groups.
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Techniques and Patterns for Writing Once and Running Anywhere

Posted March 31, 1998 by Joshua Kerievsky in Software Design, Software Patterns

Despite the proliferation of drag-and-drop tools for developing Java software for the Web, developers continue to face problems with inconsistent cross-platform look-and-feel, download delays, problems manipulating images, AWT limitations, browser bugs and VM speed. This tutorial discusses how to solve these problems using a small Java engine that avoids use of the AWT, provides image […]
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