Refactoring Your Wetware

May 6, 2008 · Raleigh, United States of America

Software development happens in your head; not in an editor, IDE, or design tool. We're well educated on how to work with software and hardware, but what about wetware? our own brains? Join Andy Hunt for a look at how the brain really works (hint: it's a dual-processor, shared bus design) and how to use the best tool for the job by learning to think differently about thinking. We?ll look at the importance of context and the role of expert intuition. You?ll see how to take advantage of pole-bridging and integration, compare different laterally-specialized functions such as synthesis vs. analysis, sequential processing and pattern-matching, and learn new techniques for harvesting internal clues. Finally, you'll discover one simple habit that separates the geniuses from the 'wanna-bes.' Refactoring Your Wetware

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