This week I read Record What You Learn in Chapter 5, Perpetual Learning. I read this partly because I found irony in recording what I’ve learned about recording what you learn, but also largely … Continue reading Apprenticeship Patterns: Record What You Learn
I think the most important lesson I learned this past week was that front end development can be extremely annoyi– ahem. Particular. Yeah, that’s the word. In all seriousness, for … Continue reading Sprint 1 Retrospective
This week I read through Kindred Spirits from Chapter 2. This pattern is reflects on the stage of life of an apprentice who feels like they might not fit in entirely … Continue reading Apprenticeship Patterns: Kindred Spirits
For our capstone class, we were asked to read “Why Doctors Hate Their Computers“, and article written by Atul Gawande. It was a wonderfully written article that gave insight into … Continue reading “Why Doctors Hate Their Computers”
Consider yourself in the situation where you’ve joined a company, spent some time there, and learned quite a bit. You’ve climbed the craftsmanship ladder and others recognize your work as … Continue reading Apprenticeship Patterns: Be the Worst
To start off with Apprenticeship Patterns, I’m going to look at Expose Your Ignorance from Chapter 2. This pattern jumped out at me largely because of something I brought up in my … Continue reading Apprenticeship Patterns: Expose Your Ignorance
In my Software Development capstone class this semester, we’re reading Apprenticeship Patterns: Guidance for the Aspiring Software Craftsman by Adewale Oshineye and Dave Hoover. I’ve read the first chapter and … Continue reading Apprenticeship Patterns: Introduction
Hello everyone! I’m James and this is my introductory post for CS-448, Software Dev Capstone!