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Go To: The Story of the Math Majors, Bridge Players, Engineers, Chess Wizards, Maverick Scientists and Iconoclasts--The Programmers Who Created the Software Revolution
In Go To, Steve Lohr chronicles the history of software from the early days of complex mathematical codes mastered by a few thousand to today's era of user-friendly software and over six million professional programmers worldwide. Lohr maps out the unique seductions of programming, and gives us an intimate portrait of the peculiar kind of genius that is drawn to this blend of art, science, and engineering, introducing us to the movers and shakers of the 1950s and the open-source movement of today. With original reporting and deft storytelling, Steve Lohr shows us how software transformed the world, and what it holds in store for our future.78% (6)
Exploring the strange and hazy days before nerds ruled the earth, tech writer Steve Lohr's Go To is a great introduction to the softer side of the information age. Sure, he covers the Microsoft and Apple stories, but he also digs deeply to learn how Fortran and Cobol were developed and ventures into the open-source world. Lohr is adept at personalizing the process of software development, which serves to make some of the business and technical decisions more comprehensible to the lay reader.
IBM conducted yearly employee reviews called the "Performance Improvement Program," or Pip, for short. The Pip, like most such programs today, followed a rigid formula, with numbers and rankings. [John] Backus decided the Pip system was ill-suited for measuring the performance of his programmers, so his approach was to mostly ignore it. One afternoon, for example, he called Lois Haibt over for a chat. He talked about her work, said she had been doing an excellent job and then pushed a small piece of paper across the desk saying, "This is your new salary," a pleasing raise, as Haibt recalled. As she got up to leave, Backus mentioned in passing, "In case anyone should ask, this was your Pip."
Since he starts early in the history of the field, Lohr gets to share some of the oddities of the days before programming was professionalized. Developers were kids, musicians, game experts, and practically anyone who showed an interest. Many readers will be surprised and delighted to read of the strong recruitment of women and their many contributions to software development--an aspect of geek history that has long been neglected. Go To should break down a few preconceptions while building up a new respect for the coders who guided us into the 21st century. --Rob Lightner
76. Go to New York
What a day that was! Got 3 hours of sleep. Get woke up my Monster (Adrian) in the morning cause he came and smacked in the head lol. Flipped on the tv and did my kid watching duty for a few hours. The next part of the day is a little hazy, I know we went to the store. And I either dyed my hair this day or the day before, I think the day before lol. But anyway. The power got turned off... and that was a huge drama filled issue I wont get into cause its really not my business but on 3 hours of sleep sitting in a hot fucking house dealing with 5 uncomfortable screaming kids I got a little irritated. It was stressful.. We ended up going to a hotel and those like 2 hours it took to get all that done I was pretty much silent, Im a very inward person. I felt so weird.. Its not like I havent dealt with the power getting turned off before but thats just alot of babies. But the hotel was kinda cool. Iv always wanted to stay at one like that, we stayed at an Executive Inn. Ryan came to visit, which totally turned my night around :) We hung out in his truck for a while, I made him late to bed lol. Oops but Id say it was worth it, I hope he felt the same lol. He still makes me nervous, I think thats a good thing though. Cause theres a good reason that he makes me so nervous, Ill say it again, keeping my fingers crossed :) Shy and I hung out in the courtyard area for a while, I like how its starting to get nice at night now. Then we went back upstairs and caught the end of Jennifers Body. You can tell Shys 12 cause she was like that movie was so good, but everyone I know agrees that movie was lame as hell lol. But it was all good. Got to bed late again that night. Ima guess around 3 is when I finally passed out. I got less than 3 hours of sleep til I got woke up... but youll have to go read the next day to get that story lol. This sticky note is pretty plain and simple as well. Itd be rad to go to New York lol. This was taken right outside our door. I have a bit of a line obsession and I was diggin it :)On The Mend
As those of you that happen to follow my Instagram know, Norman has been a very sick kitty this last week. He came down with a feline cold, which is not uncommon having come from the humane society. He has been spending a lot of time in "his" bathroom with the humidifier going and taking antibiotics, but he finally seems to be on the mend. He still is a little wheezy breathing out of his nose at times, but at least he's not breathing out of his mouth! The poor guy is so underweight right now from not eating for days. I finally started force feeding him on Saturday after I read that cats wont eat if they can't smell. Sunday he ate a little on his own, but I had to feed him baby food from a spoon so that it was right under his nose the whole time. And then yesterday he finally ate off a plate by himself, but still baby food. Today, I finally got him to eat a tiny bit of cat food. But he's still not thrilled by it. So I guess we'll try baby food for one more night. The things we do for our fur babies. But seriously, this cat is going to have to learn to eat cat food at some point. He's been following me ALL over the house today. I mean everywhere. And as soon as I sit, it doesn't matter where, he starts meowing at me to put him on my lap. He just wants to curl up and sleep on my lap today. Which of course I am loving! I love a cuddly cat. On a side note, the vet thought that he was probably more of a Ragdoll mix than Siamese. I looked into it some more at home and he definitely has the looks of a Flame Point Ragdoll! And the super soft fur, as well as fur between his toes. It will be interesting to see if he gets to be as big as they get (males anywhere from 15 to 27 pounds!). I do love a big, fat cat! Although, i'm sure his growth has been stunted some from his early life as a stray. He's just so tiny!
Go the Fuck to Sleep is a bedtime book for parents who live in the real world, where a few snoozing kitties and cutesy rhymes don’t always send a toddler sailing blissfully off to dreamland. Profane, affectionate, and radically honest, it captures the familiar—and unspoken—tribulations of putting your little angel down for the night. Beautiful, subversive, and pants-wettingly funny, Go the Fuck to Sleep is a book for parents new, old, and expectant. You probably should not read it to your children.Related topics:
Go the Fuck to Sleep is a bedtime book for parents who live in the real world, where a few snoozing kitties and cutesy rhymes don’t always send a toddler sailing blissfully off to dreamland. Profane, affectionate, and radically honest, it captures the familiar—and unspoken—tribulations of putting your little angel down for the night. Beautiful, subversive, and pants-wettingly funny, Go the Fuck to Sleep is a book for parents new, old, and expectant. You probably should not read it to your children.
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