I second this : Happy 10th Anniversary to the Smallest Federated Wiki! Congratulations Ward Cunningham! And thanks as well to Mike Caulfield and all those who’ve worked on, iterated, and expanded on its foundations since. Smallest Federated Wiki is yet another great intuitive idea from Ward Cunningham. Ward is always doing stuff that seems simultaneously …
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Another good Ward Cunningham interview The job was really to take C++, which was a fairly static language, and show people how to write dynamic programs in a static language. That’s what most of the patterns in that book were about. And in the process, patterns extended the life of C++ by a decade, which …
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As mentioned previously, I’ve been looking into Ward Cunningham’s “Smallest Federated Wiki” concept. And I’m increasingly impressed. So much so, that I’ve re-oriented a lot of my projects around it. What do I mean? A decent follow-up to SdiDesk has been promised for an embarrassingly long time. Over the years I’ve struggled with exactly what …
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I can’t believe I haven’t looked more carefully at Ward Cunningham’s Smallest Federated Wiki. I did glance at it before, but am now making my way through the videos. Lot’s of absolutely perfectly pitched ideas working together.
Great talk on TDD, Ward Cunningham and
Great exegesis of Ward Cunningham’s maxim.
I’ve been wondering what Ward Cunningham’s been up to at Eclipse. Jon Udell is on the case : Interesting tools for software developers. Apparently’s Ward’s now at a wiki-startup. (Mark Dilley seems to be involved too.)
Just commented on a topic dear to the hearts of all smart, disorganized individuals over at Ward Cunningham’s Vision Thing.