- Writing Maintainable Code - InfoQ has a great roundup of a debate going on between several prominent bloggers in the .NET community regarding maintainability.
- The Skynet Compute Cloud: I think there is a world market for maybe Five Computers - Scott Hanselman makes a fascinating observation about how the adoption of things like Amazon S3 and EC2, and Google Apps is taking us full-circle back to the notion of computation and storage being done by a select few.
- Mitch Kapor's Foxmarks To Leap Into Search World - The creator of Lotus 1-2-3 is working on a search engine that taps into the bookmarks managed by his company's popular Firefox extension, Foxmarks. This is such a great idea. Say goodbye to search spam.
- Rumors of Software Engineering's Death are Greatly Exaggerated - Steve McConnell tears apart various arguments that software engineering is not "real" engineering. I had heard these arguments before and was starting to believe them, but McConnell has brought me back with his impeccable logic.
Posted by Matt Blodgett on Saturday, June 30, 2007