James Lewis (@boicy )

James Lewis

Bio James Lewis, Consultant at ThoughtWorks, Developer, blame me for Microservices
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Account created 10-01-2008 20:26:05
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Twitter for Mac : Looking forwards to this event next week: thoughtworks.com/about-us/event… should be a fun couple of hours discussing tech!

Twitter for iPhone : “Well, Reg, tomorrow the sun will come up again, and I’m pretty sure that whatever happens we won’t have found Freedom, and there won’t be a whole lot of Justice, and I’m damn sure we won’t have found Truth. But it’s just possible that I might get a hard-boiled egg.”

Twitter for Android : Building internal has many worthwhile goals: increase productivity and velocity, assure compliance, improve reuse, etc
Making something simplistic for the 'not so smart developers' isn't one of them.
Platforms are amplifiers, not paint-by-numbers sandboxes

Hootsuite Inc. : 'Bats have very different immune systems from other mammals, likely as a consequence of their ability to fly...'

NoahBrier.com cites SFI External Prof AndyDobson's essay for our COVID series in a piece on metabolic scaling & disease reservoir dynamics:

Twitter for iPhone : Still extraordinarily busy - in ten years of both journalism and campaigning I have never known a news story to run like this (am booked til mid-Feb…) Enormously grateful for my sobriety, my therapist, and my friends right now. And each and every one of you carrying the message.

Twitter Web App : NEW POST: Yesterday Ian, Rob Horn, and
James Lewis described how Invasive Critical Aggregators make it harder to do legacy displacement. Today they describe one valuable, if counter-intuitive, strategy to deal with them


Twitter Web App : NEW POST: Enterprises often need a software element that pulls together data from many systems. Ian, Rob Horn, and James Lewis explain how such a Critical Aggregator can become invasive - and a problem for legacy displacement