We’re not saying that Michael is Carmen Sandiego. We’re just saying that nobody has ever seen them in a room together. And this week, we don’t know where in the world either are, as Allen and Joe continue the Domain Driven Design discussion without Michael. Nor Carmen.
Watch Allen do a feature based comparison of two of the most powerful 2-in-1 convertible laptops on the market. He didn’t want to get one without knowing if the other would be a better fit, so he picked both up and this video is his take on these two fantastic devices.
So – which laptop would you get? Let us know in the comments!
A couple weeks ago we ran a contest (PS: want to win stuff? Join the mailing list!) asking developers who their preferred laptop manufacturers. We love our laptops, so this topic is near and dear to our hearts.
In fact, Allen just released his in depth comparison video of the 2017 HP Spectre x360 15 and the 2017 Lenovo Yoga 720 15 – so you should check that out!
We tallied the results so without further ado….
Apple is still claiming the top spot, with double the votes of Dell. Lenovo was a close third but then things started slimming down. Check the chart for the full results.
So, what do you think of our results? Let us know in the comments!
Stitcher is back and so are we as Michael proves he doesn’t have a career as a rapper, Allen can’t type on his phone, and Joe tweets with famous authors as we continue our dive into Domain Driven Design talking about aggregate roots, factories, and repositories.
We continue our Domain Driven Design conversation this week as Allen is indecisive, Michael decides for him, and Joe can’t handle the night life.
As programmers, we’ve collected our fair share of best practices and programming references. We want to share some of our favorites and let you share any gems you’ve found along the way! [Read more…]
This week, Michael asks his customers about their anemic domain model, Allen talks in front of people, and Joe plays Rocket League as we begin our dive into understanding domain driven design.
I’ve tried to procedurally generate music from scratch a few times in other languages over the years, but since this is a “couch project” I spent a couple minutes searching for NPM libraries and settled on ScribbleTune.
This week we talk about all of the bad things we’ve done while making software. The good, the bad, … oh wait, it compiles, never mind.