Daniel X Moore is the HyperDev team lead and a member of technical staff at Fog Creek Software. He’s the creator of the popular reactive templating framework, Hamlet.coffee, and has worked in a variety of web programming roles at Sony, OkCupid, and others.
- - Dave introduces the show and Daniel Moore
- - Life at Fog Creek software and the remote version of the Joel Test
- - The Fog Creek Midas Touch?
- - Daniel and Fog Creek and his preoccupation with the browser
- - Daniel's history and the hope of using the browser as an integrated development environment
- - The nature of HyperDev
- - Who should use HyperDev and when?
- - Why so much emphasis on the browser?
- - HyperDev languages, applications, and platforms
- - The path for moving an application from HyperDev to your own infrastructure when it needs a more custom home
- - HyperDev as a place to learn
- - Life at Fog Creek and interaction with legends
- - How Daniel stays current with what he needs to know
- - How Daniel got started in software
- - The joy of the beginner's mindset and virtue of "experiemntation in a safe environment"
- - Daniel's story of failure - sinking money into game projects - especially not knowing the intent of what he was building
- - Daniel's nature - desire to create products and do "weird things in the browser" and a willingmess to take risks
- - Daniel's success story - Hamlet.coffee
- - Daniel's creative side
- - Daniel's book recommendation
- - The things about which Daniel likes to geek out
- - Daniel's prediction for the future of software
- - The source of Daniel's love of the browser
- - Daniel's top 3 tips for delivering more value
- - Keeping up with Daniel
Daniel's book recommendation:
Daniel's top 3 tips for delivering more value:
- Continuous Deployment
- Do the hard things you don't want to do - "the second 90%"
- Do stuff that is fun for you