2 thoughts on “RubyConf 2018 – Building Generic Software by Chris Salzberg

  1. actually the idea of generic software is older than that, is called bottom up programming. Where you rise your language level of abstraction closer to your domain of interest.

    Is an idea that has been long around Functional Programming, since the golden age of Lisp, that is why FP doesn't follow "readability" because if you are going to make software generic, the names and so on, cannot be descriptive of any particular domain, because they applying it to other domains becomes weird.

    And you also know it as the UNIX philosophy, "write a program that handles one thing and does it right…."

    this guy contradicts himself, if you build generic software you don't want a framework.

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