I talk with the round table from the Handmade Seattle 2022 memory management podcast, featuring: Evan Ovadia, John Austin, Ryan Fleury
Our conversation is split into two parts. In this part we discuss: making the choice to invest in a particular tool, making the choice to build a custom tool, estimating metrics of time spent on various parts of a project, and the reliability and value of such estimations, forming theories about the systems we build, and approaches to bug tracking.
You can find more from these guests at:
Evan Ovadia - https://verdagon.dev
John Austin - https://johnaustin.io
Ryan Fleury - https://www.rfleury.com