This blog is about the way we, the programmers, create software. It’s about what I think is wrong with our approach to programming, with IDEs and with other tools of the trade. It’s also about the big and small things that can be done to improve it.
Some of the stuff here will be totally new ideas. Some of it will be things you’ve read elsewhere. Some of it will be about cool things that are changing the way we code.
My name is Daniel Rozenberg, vintage of 1985. Attending a public science exhibit when I was 15-years old, I was bitten on the hand by a radioactive computer accidentally irradiated by a particle beam, empowering me with the ability to understand technology in new and amazing ways.
I’m a versatile programmer, trying a little bit of everything and always eager to learn new technologies.