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A Craftsman's Approach to Software Development with Bob Reselman

Episode #1142 Thursday, May 21, 2015

So what does it take to be a craftsman, software or otherwise? Carl and Richard talk to Bob Reselman about his work building software and guitars. Trained as a musician, Bob found software later in his life, and guitar making later still. But the process of getting good at making guitars makes it no different than making good quality software. The path to craftsmanship involves hard work, making mistakes and sometimes injury!


Bob Reselman

Bob Reselman is a nationally known Software Developer, Technology Writer and emerging luthier. Bob has written numerous articles and books on the practice and management of software development. He's worked as Platform Architect at the computer manufacturer Gateway, Principal Consultant at Cap Gemini and Technical Process Architect for Edmunds.com. He's slung code for the National Association of Recording Arts and Science, the people that bring you the Grammys. Bob other significant activity is making hand-crafted electric guitars and bases, which you can view his work on Facebook, on the page, Implements of Mass Construction. You can read Bob's recent article about applying the lessons learned from lutheriie to software development on Developer.com. The article is titled, Lessons Learned, a Craftman's Approach to Software Development


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