Gilles, craftman from father to son

Gilles, craftman from father to son

In my family, we are craftsmen from father to son. My father is mason craftsman, my grandfather too, and I am... software craftsman. I renewed roofs, facades and others, today I realize that the job of my father and my grandfather is not so far from mine.

I will try to tell you why with anecdotes of everyday life of developers and masons.

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GBProd

June 01, 2017
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  1. Craftsman from father to son Gilles Roustan @GillesRoustan

  2. Software craftsman Gilles Roustan @GillesRoustan

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  22. "Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to

    add but when there is nothing left to withdraw." Saint-Exupéry
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  25. "He who has no head, has good legs" My father

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  28. "A good craftsman leaves the site cleaner than when he

    arrived." My father
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  31. "It always takes longer than expected, even taking account Hofstadter's

    law." Hofstadter's law
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  42. "A bad worker always complains about his tools." My grandfather

  43. "A tool is an object that modifies the material." My

    grandfather
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  47. "Legacy code is code that we are afraid to modify."

  48. Software craftsmanship manifesto

  49. Software craftsmanship manifesto Not only working software, but also well-crafted

    software Not only responding to change, but also steadily adding value Not only individuals and interactions, but also a community of professionals Not only customer collaboration, but also productive partnerships
  50. Merci