I guess it's somewhat new-ish, having been around since 2012, I think.
I've been reading up on it, and it makes sense to me. It's really, well, common-sense stuff, described in a language that ought to please managers who don't really have common sense.
Agile in general hasn't been around for 17 years, has it?
TIL.... that the local Adult World has a A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. I am interested in the problems, how they were resolved and all the people that rated the business. Then again maybe I shouldn't wonder.
I was looking up used bookstores, for some reason Adult World was in the list with a BBB A+ rating.
(I'll discuss Agile in Programming, I think, rather than cluttering this room with it).
Today I learned that Kmart opened in 1899 as S.S. Kresge Company and renamed to Kmart in 1962.
TIL.... It coast taxpayers about $100,000.00 per mile for repaving.
But it is a wet heat.
I've heard Texas is freakishly hot in the summer.
There are certain people in Texas that I wish would melt in that heat, but I'm guessing Texas exists as a place where those people train for hell.
There are certain people in Texas that I wish would melt in that heat,
They hide under a bush to keep cool.
ARM the architecture probably has enough life in it that it won't even blink at the death of its founding company.
But, hasn't that been more of an industry consortium for a while now anyway? That will continue to exist as long as the major ARM licensees continue to find it useful
As for the industry consortium, no. ARM was the exclusive holder for all things ... ARM architecture. Manufacturers have to license the architecture from ARM for big bucks just to be able to fab the chips, PLUS, commissions on units sold.
TIL that Stewart Copeland's (drummer Police) father worked for the CIA and wrote for conservative magazines. I had previously thought he was in the military. I learned that one of his brothers was the band's manager, the other brother was the booking agent and that the booking agent dated Courtney Cox.
It'd be amazing if Aaron Copeland and Stewart Copeland were somehow related.
They worked together on an operating system for Apple.