I have problems remembering people’s names. Really, I’m not good at it. And that’s no exception with computer technology. That’s why I’ve written this post, to try to improve and persist those names in my head. Let’s see who is who in nowadays computer science. Methodologies <div> <strong>Kent Beck</strong> (<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kent_Beck">wikipedia</a>, <a href="https://twitter.com/KentBeck">twitter</a>) &#8211; XP, Agile, TDD </div> </td> <td width="50%"> <a href="http://martinfowler.com/"><img class="alignleft" src="/assets/2014/05/martin_fowler.png" alt="martin_fowler" width="100" height="85" /></a><strong><a href="http://martinfowler.

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Javascript Allongé@raganwald is one of the more refreshing coding books I have read in a big while. Usually when I face a programming language book, I skip the beginner chapters (if I already know the language, of course) and go directly for the juicy ones, but with this one I tried to follow it from end to end because I read some comments on twitter telling that the way basics are explained, become a really solid base for the language, so I gave it a chance.

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Daniel Pecos Martínez

Passionate fullstack developer. JVM languages, Node.js, Golang & frontend. Blogger, father and active technology local group member.

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