From The Last Word:
Peter Heck, a conservative motivational speaker and radio talk show host who has shared the stage with right-wing commentator Glenn Beck, raised eyebrows while speaking before graduates at the Indiana high school where he teaches history by telling the young women that their greatest role in life “will be that of wife and mother” and the young men to lead [their] homes in a pathway of righteousness.”
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Sorry, women. Please give up on your dreams and just stay home. Also, guys: righteousness—whatever that’s supposed to mean these days.
tl;dr—conservatives don’t like change, anything “unrighteous”, or women with power.
Launches … are a poor representation of how great software today is built. It’s a holdover from the days of boxed software, where supply chains had to be managed and masters golded. The same that is true then is still true now: great software is the result of continuous refinement. The only thing different today are the release schedules.
Software today is developed on a continuum. The discrete measure of software progress is a commit.
Finishing May Like a Machine™…er, like a machine.
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