Words are good, so here is our history.

I retired so I can focus on my open source project

By Jeffrey M. Barber

Adama is about to get a whole lot of love, and I intend to talk strategy today. As a side project, I could wander the desert for a while without much progress. It was easy to forgive as there was other shit distracting me, and my role as principal engineer was already hard enough.

On things going bump in the night

By Jeffrey M. Barber

A lofty goal is producing stable code which does not require maintenance beyond adjusting for the humans that use the artifacts of Adama. For instance, if you use Adama for calculating your taxes, then you’ll need yearly maintenance. If you use Adama for a chess back-end, then it should outlast our collective memory of chess.

End of November Rambling

By Jeffrey M. Barber

I’m in a wandering mood with my writing. This document is less informational and more of a conversation with myself about designing for hitting an actual milestone… Getting stuck out of mud is hard, and my recent burst of productivity is due to writing this out.

Five Secrets of the Adama Programming Language

By Jeffrey M. Barber

Now, that I am committed to my path with this language; let’s talk about secrets. These are the things that I know which I believe could lead to a niche empire. I’ll share them directly along with insights about why I’m continuing with a language-centric approach. As a moment of clarity, this isn’t my best writing since I’m fumbling around with ideas. Perhaps, secrets today are just messy facts of tomorrow?