Duke University Press, ISBN-13: 978-0822370604, English, 312 pages, 2018, USA
Stemming from the recent tradition in digital humanities, there is a new field of studies tentatively assembled in this anthology and defined as →
From its early days, the availability of source code was one of the defining characteristics of open source software. Indeed, Brian Behlendorf of the Apache web server project, an early open source software success, favored "source code available software."
Your environment is everything, especially when you're coding. Decisions about what text editor or IDE you'llÂ be using are critical to productivity. But what about your environment beyond the screen?
As a person who normally manages software development teams, over the years Iâve come to care about metrics quite a bit. Time after time, Iâve found myself leading teams using one project platform or another (Jira, GitLab, and Rally, for example) generating an awful lot of measurable data. From there, Iâve promptly invested significant amounts of time to pull useful metrics out of the platform-of-record and into a format where we could make sense of them, and then use the metrics to make better choices about many aspects of development.
Glenn Gould made his name as a pianist with his stark, idiosyncratic interpretations of the music of Mozart, Haydn,Â Beethoven, andÂ especially Bach. He left behind not just a highly respected body of work in the form of recorded performances, but also a host of strong opinions about music itself and all that culturally and commercially surrounded […]
Hear Glenn Gould Sing the Praise of the Moog Synthesizer and Wendy Carlos’ Switched-On Bach, the âRecord of the Decadeâ (1968) is a post from: Open Culture. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus, or get our Daily Email. And don't miss our big collections of Free Online Courses, Free Online Movies, Free eBooks,Â Free Audio Books, Free Foreign Language Lessons, and MOOCs.