<![CDATA[Benjamin J. Balter · Storify]]>https://storify.com/benbalterNodeJS RSS ModuleMon, 22 May 2017 23:15:10 GMT<![CDATA[Content && Coding != Commodities]]>

Coders see content as “stuff” and code as “art,” whereas creators see code as “stuff” and content as “art.” That is a dangerous attitude on both sides. South by Southwest Interactive 2012 panel.

Storified by Benjamin J. Balter · Sat, Mar 17 2012 20:25:14

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Recording of the Panel:
Panelists (left to right): @benbalter, @raunarisetti, @ascheink, and @jenny8lee
Last panel of day-Content & Coding are not Commodities w @scheink @jenny8lee @rajunarisetti #sxtxstate http://pic.twitter.com/8uY8gtOa · CindyRoyal
The Problem: Coders see content as “stuff” and code as “art.” Where as creators see code as “stuff” and content as “art.”

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Federal procurement laws encourage less flexible, waterfall development rather than more modern, agile approaches used by the private sector

Storified by Benjamin J. Balter · Fri, Dec 23 2011 18:26:05

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