Had a very interesting podcast listening session at Omniscient today. We listened to an audio interview of Martin Fowler from Bruce Eckel's thinking in code series.
Martin Fowler spoke about a lot of things ranging from MDA (and WHY IT CANNOT WORK), why he stays away from multi-threading, his thoughts on authoring and refactoring.
He explains why programming cannot be thought of as constructing a bridge. The only people who seem to think that programmers are a commodity are those who have not written a line of code in years.
I would really like the team to give some feedback on what they learned from the session, what they liked, and what they did not like.