I’m getting ready to post the next Code Reads soon, but — for those of you following along at home — I wanted to point you to some additional reading. Noble’s and Biddle’s original “Postmodern Programming” paper remains my focus. But if you’re interested you may also want to have a look at several other of their papers:
- “Notes on Notes on Postmodern Programming” is an offbeat, entertaining followup that explicates, challenges and mocks the first paper. It’s available in a long form and a “radio edit.”
- “No Name: Just Notes on Software Reuse” is mostly a provocative (and useful) compendium of important passages and quotes from software history that reflect on the notion of reusable components.
These papers are all available from one Postmodern Programming index page.