Sunday, May 31, 2009

Road Thoughts - History

While driving last Friday from Miami to Orlando, I stopped and recorded a road thoughts video. I was planning to talk about something else, but the location inspired me to talk about history.

Here is the link to Michael Feathers' 10 Papers Every Programmer Should Read (At Least Twice).

I'll also be collecting links to people to read about, as well as important topics after the embedded video. If you have other people that are worth reading about, please leave links in the comments, and I'll promote them up to this post.

At the end of the 4th week of this tour, and with this week marking the 6 month mark since I first got on the road, I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who has supported me through it, both hosting me and sponsoring me financially. Also, to all of you who have been following my videos, commenting, blogging about my tour, coming up and talking to me when I am out, I want to thank you, too. It has been a sincerely amazing time for me, and I look forward to what the future holds. My current plans have me returning to Cleveland around the 3rd of August; it is still a long ways to go.

Enjoy the road thoughts! As usual, I love to read comments, emails, read blog post with responses to some of what I talk about.

Road Thoughts - History from Corey Haines on Vimeo.

Here's some links to people to read about:

In the comments, Bil Kleb mentioned my plug for the Thomas Jefferson Hour podcast. I'm a big fan of Jefferson, and I love this podcast. You really should start listening to it. Unless you hate America, of course.