Monitor-Tabby: Welcome to CoreDump, the one stop for techies, in this dump, we speak to dr Bheemaiah, on the origins of CoreDump and the pedagogy of Infotainment.
Dr Bheemaiah: I started CoreDump, because I thought that code should be not only well commented, but include stories as well, spending long hours in a cubicle shifting though thousands of lines of poorly documented source code, the drudgery was obvious!
So much so that the Cubicle-RV was born and the plan, for a weekend escape, with the cubicle to that secret place in the woods….
In that secret place, tech meets stories, and CoreDump is born.
Gecko: I just met this neighbor today, who is a Unix Maniacs', you have seen that tribe, turning the wheel of tech with brute force and a hacking culture, you rarely remember what you code last week, with no documentation, you have to hack your own code?
Trio: Guess, there is frequent rewriting, no engineering or design and hand written code, and no documentation, some primitivism principle and purity - a way to exploit the programming community and keep them that way, just to make Moore’s law possible, faster processors, displays, and more land in the networks and monitors! Monitor Tabby is happier.
Wonder where our tribe vanished, or all old Unix machines would now host the cloud, and help sell more thin clients, mobiles etc.
Gecko: Not to forget e-paper? Will it all evolve to e-paper and smart mirrors?