Bricx Command Center 3.3

Bricx Command Center 3.3
Bricx Command Center (BricxCC) is a Windows program commonly known as an integrated development environment (IDE) for programming the RCX (all versions), Scout, Cybermaster, and Spybot programmable bricks using Dave Baum’s Not Quite C (NQC) language.

The Joel on Software Discussion Group – Why I Hate Frameworks

The Joel on Software Discussion Group – Why I Hate Frameworks
So I go to the hardware store to buy the tools, and I ask the sales clerk where I can find a hammer.”A hammer?” he asks. “Nobody really buys hammers anymore. They’re kind of old fashioned.”

“So this week, we’re introducing a general-purpose tool-building factory factory factory, so that all of your different tool factory factories can be produced by a single, unified factory. The factory factory factory will produce only the tool factory factories that you actually need, and each of those factory factories will produce a single factory based on your custom tool specifications. The final set of tools that emerge from this process will be the ideal tools for your particular project. You’ll have *exactly* the hammer you need, and exactly the right tape measure for your task, all at the press of a button (though you may also have to deploy a few *configuration files* to make it all work according to your expectations).”

Joel on Software

Joel on Software
Joel on Software:I’m your host, Joel Spolsky, responsible for just about everything on this site. This is Joel on Software, where I’ve been ranting about software development, management, business, and the Internet (ack) since 2000. Rest assured, however, that this isn’t one of those dreaded blogs about blogging.