This is one of my all time favorite dialogs between a developer and his wife over a subject (HTTP and REST) that is the backbone of the web. The truth of the matter is that many professional developers have had the same questions the wife has asked. I think this dialog completely clears up the
Month: December 2015
Software applications are getting more and more complex and each platform for developing applications these days seems like its operating on a higher and higher level of abstraction to hide that complexity from the developer. In particular, when I say “a higher level of abstraction”, I am talking about “managed languages”. “Managed code” is a term coined by
I am currently (at the time this article was written anyway) working for a large (6,000+ people) Fortune 500 company. However, this was not always the case. Actually, I started my career (straight out of college) for a small biotech startup (Assurex — very cool and very advanced personalized medicine company BTW that you may want to check out).