Via HN today some measured discussion about software testing: We need to talk about testing.
This via HN today: Planning & estimating large-scale software projects.
There’s a good article about the software crisis over on Wikipedia.
Today via Lobsters: Write code that is easy to delete, not easy to extend. I think I like programmingisterrible.com.
Today via HN: Book Review: A Philosophy of Software Design.
This on r/programming today: How to Deal with Difficult People on Software Projects.
A really excellent article: On navigating a large codebase, about how to read software.
Martin Fowler with Is High Quality Software Worth the Cost?. Yes, he says; sort of.
Was just having a look into what kind of support there was for OpenID in the software that I use, and basically it looks like there is fairly good support. Mailman might be a bit of a trick.