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Grady Booch

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Grady Booch is an American software engineer, best known for developing the Unified Modeling Language with Ivar Jacobson and James Rumbaugh.
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Monolith to Microservices
Evolutionary Patterns to Transform Your Monolith
by Sam Newman (Dec 03, 2019)
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How do you detangle a monolithic system and migrate it to a microservices architecture? How do you do it while maintaining business-as-usual? As a companion to Sam Newman's extremely popular Building Microservices, this new book details a proven method for transitioning an existing monolithic system to a microservice architecture.With many illustra...
Grady Booch
Jul 16, 2020
@jasonthurow1 It's an excellent book     source
Programmed Inequality
How Britain Discarded Women Technologists and Lost Its Edge in Computing (History of Computing)
by Marie Hicks (Feb 23, 2018)
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How Britain lost its early dominance in computing by systematically discriminating against its most qualified workers: women.In 1944, Britain led the world in electronic computing. By 1974, the British computer industry was all but extinct. What happened in the intervening thirty years holds lessons for all postindustrial superpowers. As Britain st...
Grady Booch
Jul 24, 2020
@Brukvoyed Tis far more complex than that. See, for example, Mar Hick's fabulous book, "Programmed Inequality".     source
Smart Spacetime
How information challenges our ideas about space, time, and process
by Mark Burgess (Mar 04, 2019)
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`The err is human, to explain is [Mark Burgess]'--Patrick Debois`One of the best reads and written by one of the best minds!'--Glenn O'Donnell (about In Search of Certainty)What if space is not like we learn in mathematics,but more like a network? What happens to the ability to measure things as you shrink or expand?Since Einstein, space and time w...
Grady Booch
Aug 02, 2019
"Space, time, matter, and information are all aspects of the same thing, and that how we label locations and times simply expresses different properties." Am reading @markburgess_osl's fascinating book, Smart Spacetime".     source