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I think one of my main themes is to take complex things and making them more accessible to others, whether by explaining, creating a tool or making a helper library doesn’t really matter. I want others to shine.
I like to know how things are implemented because this makes it easier to choose the correct tool for the job. If you need super optimized graphics effects on a mobile phone then let's implement it on the GPU or with ARM assembly, but in most cases higher level languages will result in code that is faster to develop and easier to maintain.
Today I am intrigued by the UX in API design, like how can we make API:s that are easier to remember and produces better results, or how helper functions can open up new thought paths without sacrifying versatility of the underlying design.
- Software Architect at The Astonishing Tribe
- Senior Software Architect at BlackBerry