TCLP 2009-06-17 Hacking 101: Responsibilities and Relationships

This is a feature cast.

In the intro sharing my decision to extend the submission deadline for stories for my 4th anniversary show.

Listener feedback this week is from nahtass who writes about the evolution of print on demand, imag1nary_number who writes about a more chilling unintended use of the Chinese PC filter software, and Philip who shares a conversation about open data. The group blog I mentioned in response is autonomo.us.

The hacker word of the week this week is elder days.

The feature this week is a new Hacking 101 piece of approaching design by understanding responsibilities and relationships.  I mention The Programmer’s Stone, the collaboration diagram exercise from Bob Martin [PDF],  and Bob’s book, “UML for Java Programmers“.

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