A poem created from CSS.
"Technic poetry is a kind of found poetry, based on actual production code, reworked to produce a new level of sound and meaning. Any software engineer with a good ear and poetic sensibility can write it; we certainly have plenty of raw material for creating this art. I would be curious to hear verses from the most elegant parts of the Linux kernel."
Designing software is hard; designing quality software is even harder. Quality software should be more than just data with algorithms, more than a sum of its parts. One key to achieving this is to change your thinking and focus on the humanity inherent in all software. This talk will introduce anthropomorphic ideas for composing objects. I’ll discuss how to achieve collaboration in our objects vs. the more common command-and-control style. I’ll explore the importance of metaphor in designing our code. And I’ll describe how to achieve better design by anthropomorphizing your domain.