Chris Drappier

Software Development is more like a professional competition than building a house

Construction metaphors are commonly used to describe the software development process to outside observers. It's easy to see why this is a popular metaphor, it often appears like a structure being built to the outside observer. It's not like building a house though, and describing it that way erodes confidence in the process for these outside observers, who often have a real stake in the delivery of the results of the process.

Algorithms to Live By : The Computer Science of Human Decisions

Good Book, bad title

Automated Testing For This Website

I want to make some big changes with confidence.

Driving and learning about WASM

Reflections on 2000 miles driven and 16 hours of community group meetings attended

Who This is For

If you've come here, you've probably met me in person.

Why I've Dropped Facebook

After 10 years of experimenting, I've gained nothing.

Seven Days Living Full-Time in a Fifth Wheel

Some good and bad.

Things I could write about

the number of possible topics is overwhelming