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My work computer is a 15" MacBook Pro. Its performance is definitely good enough for serious software development, even if the Scala compiler and the IntelliJ indexer do push it at times. In fact, performance is so good that I have been wondering how Apple and Intel have managed to get that much CPU power, and the requisite cooling, into such a small machine. That is, small when compared to desktop or workstation computers.
I've published drafts of the introduction and first 4 chapters of my book, Activist Investing in Strategic Software. I still have some citations to finalize, several visuals to integrate and a lot of editing to do. But the foundation is there. A sample of the book (currently, just the introduction) is available on from the site.
Here's an excerpt from Chapter 1, Why Governance Matters.
That there are abundant examples of bad governance but few examples of good ones comes as no surprise. What passes for "good" in governance is not all that remarkable. Boards, being…
At GOTO Aarhus 2014 Ola Bini hosted a discussion with Martin Fowler, Tim Bray, and myself covering topics such as browser security, identity providers, password managers, monopolisation of internet services, and the future of mass surveillance.