Title : The Boss Baby
Release : 2017-03-23.
Language : English.
Runtime : 97 min.
Genre : Animation, Comedy, Family.
Stars : Alec Baldwin, Miles Christopher Bakshi, Steve Buscemi, Jimmy Kimmel, Lisa Kudrow, Tobey Maguire.
A story about how a new baby’s arrival impacts a family, told from the point of view of a delightfully unreliable narrator, a wildly imaginative 7 year old named Tim.
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It took me more time than I’ve expected to start the New Year on my blog. So here it is, the first post for the New Year! Happy New Year!
The last year I was at Devoxx 2010 conference and attended to Neal Ford‘s presentation about Implementing Emergent Design. This talk based on his post on the IBM’s DeveloperWorks web site about Evolutionary architecture and emergent design: Harvesting idiomatic patterns and the whole series.
The talk was about ckjm metrics and cyclomatic complexity – quite interesting tools to discover potential bugs and hard-to-maintain code in a project. What was the most important for me, Neal used the Apace Struts 2 project as an example, especially the UIBean class – you can find the details in the mentioned article. He presented how to prepare these metrics, how to read them and what they mean. A really interesting talk.
After all, I’ve asked Neal to give me more details about the problem and few days later I received an e-mail from him. I’ve followed his advice and inspired by his talk I’ve gave a promise to my self that I must improve that badly-looking code.
…. but wait, it’s just a badly-looking code. It had taken me another few weeks to discover it isn’t so important to improve that piece of code, it really doesn’t matter right now. There are plenty of places to improve code base of the Apache Struts 2 project and so many users don’t care about that – UIBean doesn’t exist for them.
The current UIBean implementation do the job, it isn’t pretty or easy to maintain, but right now there is no one for whom it is important. No one complains about it. Some day I’ll refactor the code of UIBean class but today isn’t that day.
The conclusion is the same as for code optimization, you shouldn’t optimize too early, so you shouldn’t improve too early. Don’t throw everything and try to improve some not-important part of your project. Don’t trust metrics by heart, they can lie to you, try to figure out what they mean in context of your knowledge of the project. They aren’t a silver bullet.
Today’s day brings to me another newsletter from TED web site and gave me answer to important question: the shortest connection between two points is …
At last I’m back online – to be correct – my blog is back online 🙂 After some rumour with switching hostig providers finally I managed to close all the DNS issues. Hopefully, I don’t have to worry for loooong time 😉Быстросхватывающиеся цементные растворы
Recently lots of things are happening in my life, to say just few – I’m changing company, project and technology (but still Java but who knows 😉 )
Just for the beginning some nice talks from TED. If you have opportunity, I strongly encourage you to join TEDxKrakow at 15th of October – I’m waiting for confirmation!
The first presentation is about Crowd-Accelerated Innovation – YouTube-driven communication and future learning:
The second talk is directly connected with our work as a Software Developer, just switch context – why everything is broken by Seth Godin
That’s it, I’m totally overwhelmed by organization of Javarsovia 2010 conference. For the last few days I’ve been hanging on a phone all day, discussing and answering sponsor’s questions. I wrote hundreds of mails to management board internal group. I have no more space in my daily schedule to read blogs 🙁почему одинаковые на внешний вид дома имеют разную цену?
Hopefully it’s the last week and we are solved almost all the issues we had – shirts, catering, rooms, etc. We have more than 880 registered attendees! It’s two times more than last year!
Any way I found a little time to watch that very nice TED speech, it’s about how to start movement and be a leader – very interesting and all in three minutes!
PS. I’m also not able to write posts from work, something went wrong when I migrated my DNS server 🙂
Once again I want to present a very nice TED talk , this time it’s about an eduction, a linearity and an agriculture. It’s very funny, lots of laughing and at the same time very serious topic. I love that sentence:veroxybd.comhttp://aton-mebel.ru
“”There are two types of people in this world, those who divide the world into two types and those who do not.” 😀
Today I opened my mail box and noticed the new newsletter from TED. I spotted nice image with a robot from TEDxNASA so I choose that presentation to see / hear something interesting about robots. The best is at the end of the presentation, it wasn’t about robots but about working and bringing up brilliant ideas – I’m 100% convince! Take a look!rpk-tramplin.ru
We’re again in frozen zone – project is going to production 😉
I have a tricky question for you: why James Cameron made the Titanic ? Just watch his talk on TED and grab the answer
Nice presentation about how people are different and why we should always be aware of that – for us it can be normal for other weird 😀
If you never had chance to watch TED presentations, you missed a lot and you should grab a few, I specially recommend that one about “rules” and “values” and any followed by that speaker