Tag Archives: Software Design

Why Rapid Prototyping Generally Sucks For a Developer

Rapid prototyping can be a wonderful thing for involving the end customer in the design and development process; it can make them happy (it shows progress) which makes you money; however, if you have the wrong kind of customer, your life as a developer can becoming a living nightmare. The horror is increased by several orders of magnitude if you have the requirement to produce fully functional prototypes.

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15 Books To Make You a Better Software Engineer (Not Web-Developer Designer)

<strike>Web Developer</strike> Software Engineer

We were starting to get sick of the “X# Design Websites That Web Designers Need To Follow!!11!!” articles and other similar items pertaining to web development design coming through the pike on the social news sites like Digg and Delicious (we won’t even bring up reddittry reducing the stories to programming), so we decided to do something about it.  There is nothing wrong with those articles, but every once in a while it would be good to see a resource that talks about enterprise design; unfortunately, not everyone is a freelance web-developer.

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