Why are there are so many disagreements in software? Why don’t we all converge on the same beliefs or technologies? It might sound obvious that people shouldn’t agree, but Haseeb want to convince you it’s weird that we don’t. This talk is a philosophical exploration of how knowledge converges within subcultures, as Haseeb explore this question through the worlds of software, online fraud, and poker.
Talk by Haseeb Qureshi at RailsConf 2017.
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Love this guy
I disagree with you, man
Interesting ideas. Bravo!
Just an opinion, I think the term "Dynamic" (as in constantly changing) suits reason #1 better instead of saying the terrain is "unstable".
Logos means Word, not Etymology as you state in the first minute.
He's a really really good speaker!
"If you're a senior software engineer" – you guys don't hire anyone else?
I loved the terrain and poker examples, good point on real risks. Hell of a speech!
No they don’t!
I agree to disagree.
Can we have the link to the original video?