Wednesday, October 8, 2008


I'm a professional programmer at JavaBlackBelt. I read a lot of blogs, a good amount of articles and a fair amount of books. I watch a lot of videos. And I realised that I was forgetting a lot of what I consumed.

The other day, I was watching Fostering Software Craftsmanship in a Corporate Setting and the speaker stated that writing a book review, for example, was a way of better absorbing its information. Seemed logical to me, so I've decided to do pretty much exactly that, except for every kind of programming tidbit I come across. Well, only the ones that strike me as interesting enough to remember.

This blog's title is of course a more indeterminate variation on Peter Norvig's Teach Yourself Programming In Ten Years.