Happy New Year everyone. I took some time off for the holidays, and it was glorious. While I managed to stay away from my computer most of the time, I did get a reasonable amount of Xbox and Netflix time in, so I didn’t neglect the screen in any way.
But I’m back to reading stuff on the web, and here’s what I’ve found interesting recently.
- I (and many others) mentioned a recent Event Stream package issue. There is a fantastic (and deep) analysis here – STAMPing on event-stream.
- There’s a wonderful interview with Lisa Crispin on the I.T. Energizer blog (I’d say this even if Lisa didn’t give Brent and
- This is almost an Onion title – but it’s true: The good news: Windows 10 Sandbox is here for testing. Bad news: Microsoft has already broken it.
- There are so many books I want to read. There are at least as many books I’ve already read that I want to re-read. Near the top of my re-read list is Peter Senge’s The Fifth Discipline. I came across this snippet referring to it – it’s a nice (and short) piece about Peter Senge on Leadership Development.
- I wrote an article for CIO Review on the ancient topic of The Cost of Software Testing (spoiler – it doesn’t have to be a cost)