Some of you may have seen my final column in Inc., in which I announce my retirement from blogging effective March 18th, the 10-year anniversary of Joel on Software.Hoy (18 de marzo) escribe una nota sobre Distributed version control, en la que se despide diciendo:
I seem to have run out the clock on this site. It has been an extreme honor to have you reading my essays over the last ten years. I couldn’t ask for a greater group of readers. Whether you’re one of the hundreds of people who volunteered their time to translate articles into over 40 languages, or the 22,894 people who has taken the time to send me an email, or the 50,838 people who subscribed to the email newsletter, or the 2,262,348 people per year who visited the website and read some of the 1067 articles I’ve written, I sincerely thank you for your attention.Una verdadera lástima, ya que era uno de mis blogs de cabecera, con excelentes artículos sobre desarrollo de software.
Para los que no lo hayan leído, dejo uno de los artículos que más me gustaron: Can your programming language do this?