The recording of my recent React Europe talk about Replicated Redux is now online and I’ve written several other posts describing designing, testing and generalising the library if you would like to know more about the details. If you’d like to play the web version of pairs or see the rest of the code, it’s available on github here.
People often describe multi-user networked VR experiences as laggy, but code to hide latency by optimisticly predicting the effects of local actions is hard to write, difficult to test and often application specific. It feels great to have helped make this problem a little easier to solve for React developers by building Replicated Redux.
Free Tests For Everyone!
Modern software development is sometimes colourfully described as being similar to firing tracer bullets at a target. Rather than spending time doing a lot of research, design and specification up front, the smallest, simplest version of the software is built and the feedback gathered from its use is used to ...read more
Investing In Testing
Last year I was talking to an engineer at Droidcon London who was working on an Android app with 100% test coverage. I immediately asked whether he thought 100% test coverage was worthwhile: many software engineering teams strive to achieve 100% test coverage, but few succeed because it’s an ...read more
Following In My Father’s Footsteps
From 2 years before I was born, until just before I started working on Second Life at Linden Lab, my Dad worked at an innovative technology company with a large consumer photography business: Kodak. From January next year I’ll be working at an innovative technology company with a large ...read more
Spawning Django Blogs
FOSDEM X: The Movie
Last week I took some time off to spend with Luke and Natty during half term and we spent Wednesday having a lovely time finishing off a game we started a couple of months ago: Bouncaline.
Luke has been interested in making games for a while: he made a level ...read more
It’s that time of year again where people start asking what I’d like for Christmas and I start wondering what they’d like in return. It’s just the sort of problem that should be solved with social software. Over the last few years I’ve had an ...read more