Based on over two decades of professional software development by the author, Technicat on Software provides advice on software engineering topics including programming, management, system administration, startups, finding work, user interface design, and game development. These essays, such as "Seven Habits of Highly Effective Programmers", "What I Learned@MIT", and "It's the User Interface, Stupid", have attained popularity on the internet, featured on sites such as the MIT Entrepreneurial Review, and listed as required reading in college courses.
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About the Author
Phil Chu has been developing software for over twenty years, starting on the Apple II in high school and moving on through academic, government, defense, manufacturing, internet, computer graphics, and video game software projects. He started writing these essays as a form of professional therapy. Phil is currently operating Technicat, LLC, a software consultancy and developer of mobile games.
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