01:50 - Jess’s Superpower: Being a Property of a Situation
04:25 - The Interpretation of Luck and the Psychology of Scarcity
08:17 - Physics; Physics and Software
12:06 - Conference Speaking
15:53 - Undervaluing Code
22:13 - Defining ‘Done’ in Software Development
We don’t want to define “done.” In an ongoing system, a symmathesy, there is no “done” except death.— Jessica Kerr (@jessitron) February 6, 2019
Instead, define “better.” Then you can know you accomplished something.
Email is like laundry. There is no such thing as "done."— Jessica Kerr (@jessitron) February 11, 2019
My job is not to do the laundry, it is to keep the laundry moving.
Nor to answer all the email, but to keep some correspondence flowing.
25:51 - TDD, the notion that “Coding is easy!”, and Resilience to Failure
42:04 - Learning While Teaching Others Programming
Jamey: Things never being “the end”.
Finite and Infinite Games (print)
Sam: There might be an ending for you, specifically, but it’s not really an ending for anyone else.
Jacob: Figuring out problems by vocalizing them.
Jessica: Check out recent works from Karl Popper.
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