Blog: Uncle Bob (Robert Martin)

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Women in Tech
I started my career as a programmer in 1969 at a company called A.S.C. Tabulating in Lake Bluff, Illinois. ASC had two IBM 360s that they re...
14-08-2017 17:43:21 Uncle Bob (Robert Martin) Agile & Testing
On the Diminished Capacity to Discuss Things Rationally
I can divide the negative responses to my previous blog into the following categories: The Outraged Haters. "You F-ing Clown." The Condescen...
10-08-2017 20:24:01 Uncle Bob (Robert Martin) Agile & Testing
Thought Police
Let me tell you the sad story of Edward. Poor Edward is an escalator operator working for a company named Escalators-R-Us (ERU). ERU had not...
09-08-2017 16:56:48 Uncle Bob (Robert Martin) Agile & Testing
The Brain Problem
Imagine an information processing system composed of over 100 billion components that are deeply interconnected to one another. The intercon...
28-07-2017 19:24:58 Uncle Bob (Robert Martin) Agile & Testing
Drive me to Toronto, Hal.
I keep reading articles in the news about the imminent inevitability of driverless cars. The financial news is all abuzz over the idea. So a...
24-07-2017 18:42:41 Uncle Bob (Robert Martin) Agile & Testing
Pragmatic Functional Programming
The move to functional programming began, in earnest, about a decade ago. We saw languages like Scala, Clojure, and F# start to attract atte...
11-07-2017 22:21:55 Uncle Bob (Robert Martin) Agile & Testing
First-Class Tests.
I believe it may be my fate to find blogs written by people who have fallen prey to unfortunate disciplines that have led them to give up on...
05-05-2017 21:17:31 Uncle Bob (Robert Martin) Agile & Testing
Is Dr. Calvin in the Room?
I saw Grady's tweet today, and I read the article it referenced; and it got me to thinking. Is the training of a neural net a kind of progra...
17-03-2017 00:15:27 Uncle Bob (Robert Martin) Agile & Testing
Symmetry Breaking
Imagine that you are an accountant. You are responsible for manipulating arcane symbols, concepts, and procedures in order to create deeply ...
08-03-2017 16:10:36 Uncle Bob (Robert Martin) Agile & Testing
Testing Like the TSA
I was very glad to read in DHH's recent post that he is actually still using TDD. I'm glad he has realized that TDD is not, in fact, dead. T...
06-03-2017 23:45:10 Uncle Bob (Robert Martin) Agile & Testing

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