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"tom demarco" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

03:51 min | Last month

"tom demarco" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"Of. Timing. I. Think in the next two months, we have some negative seasonality coming in September I. Think it's it's GonNa be a perhaps after tomorrow's expiration with a lot of Gamma Roloff that We could see some selling a happening a little bit deeper. That's a pretty short term thesis, Your Your Outlook on that Tom explained to people who aren't as familiar with demark signals as you are what they are I know it's a big part of the way that you look in the market from a technical perspective, right? There exhaustion signals on the upside and downside and a they they really do. Capture the trend on momentum and as a lot of people say you know the trend is your friend until it ends is Tom DEMARCO has said Tom Demark has about seventy five indicators that are publicly used and one of his indicators of was really really sharp in it said thirty, four, eighty, six on the SNP we. Hit today and. There could be a little bit more residual strength in the next few days but I do think that we are coming close with market sentiment I use the daily sentiment index of. Over ninety percent bowls investors. Intelligence is sixty percent bulls but I I like on investors intelligence the percentage of those a newsletter writers that are expecting a correction and that range is it's not often talked about but the ranges between twenty and forty percent more at twenty three percent right now. At. The bottom in March of it was forty one percent and that was actually a very good by signal, which I actually was Bush at the end of March and into April I'm like a lot of people we pulled out a little early on some of the gains we had regrettably, but again, I never in a million years could have imagined of the market at these levels and it just the I just WanNa, hit myself over the head with Green Hammer. But do you feel when you look at it that the market might now be overpriced juicy correction risk as a substantial probability if so what time horizon you thinking? The market is definitely overpriced than unfortunately Or maybe fortunately the. Most companies in April. Withheld guidance. So really the market was flying blind as far as. What they were GONNA do and. Analysts lowered their expectations in May and July or in May and June way way too low and estimates just went right through the roof and same store sales were. Some of the retailers were blowouts and I think a lot of that is getting priced and as far as. How expensive the market is apple's trading about thirty eight times earnings and historically That is way way overvalued I'm not gonNA say it should be know back to the mid teens but I'm just saying thirty eight times rich to buy apple these prices in I actually it was on On, real on on a live thing that I said by apple here by all the good quality stuff of that was back in March and. It really was great I just I just bailed out to early. Sorry. Well you know it's interesting. Apple only looks rich thirty eight until you compare it to Amazon, which is trading at what? One? Hundred thirty times drilling.

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"tom demarco" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:51 min | Last month

"tom demarco" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"tom demarco" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

08:13 min | 6 months ago

"tom demarco" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Could this be the turning point? Did yesterday mark the bottom? Not so fast. This is an incredibly emotional moment. We don't WanNa give into emotional decision. Making that's often bad decision making but there's despair on the way down or euphoria. After dramatic rebound. Both are bad for your portfolio. So we need to take our feelings out of the equation and the best way to do that is by taking more quantitative approach. That's why tonight. We got a special treat. We're going off the trucks with Tom DeMarco. He's the legendary head of demark analytics. Damarcus Titan of technical analysis he's a host of indicators that are named after him we meant to some of these before and he served as a consultant for some of the biggest most successful hedge funds on earth. I left Goldman. I was told this is the man to follow and sure enough. E still is a lot of technicians. Treat interpreting the charges. An art demark has been decades form wisey system into something more. That's like a science. Most Wurley marks method. I'll just give him an almost godlike sense of timing during the debt ceiling question twenty eleven he called. The market's collapse months ahead of time and its price target for the bottom was only a point away from the actual lows. He nailed the top in Bitcoin in two thousand eighteen. Perfectly with the bottom twenty twenty eighteen. I can go on and on. The credibility is huge. Your so what's demarcus assessment? Right now first of all of his operations a straightforward philosophy including Thompson bombs markets bottom when the last sellers sold in markets peak when the last buyers bought speaking at least when everybody who wants out has already dumped their stocks. That's when the average is stopped getting hammered in practice. What does it mean? It means that peaks tend to happen when you're getting good news and bottoms company by bad news according to mark one ugly market rallies off of good news. That's typically associated with short-covering shortsellers. Ring the register on their positions are very different from. Wong's actually stepping up to purchase stock. Sound familiar once. Shorts finished covering the demand dries up and often leads to a sharp decline. Well that's something we have to worry about. So then the big question this was yesterday. The bottom is today's rebound for real or is this another doom few by short-covering that actually represented one day bowl market. Okay take a look at this chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average demark and his team are famous for moments. Where Trent exhausted so they get into the nitty gritty of this Goku symbolic dot com. And I'm going to spell that for you. That's S. Y. M. B. O. L. I K. SYMBOLIC DOT com which is to mark's cloud base analytics platform in February the Dow undersea rocketed higher. Right eventually recording with Denmark's methodology calls upside trend exhaustion. Normally see this pattern on a rally has run. Its course but in this case we got a rare second upside extension. Took the Dow. Still hard when you get that kind of extension historically often a precursor to a panicked meltdown. They were seeing the same thing in the S. and p. and the Nasdaq CH- same time. The of course in mid February demark and his team were skeptical that we could be poised for mosser breakdown but they told their large consulting clients to bet against the market aggressively. Because you have to stick your discipline situations nodes your emotions may have said. Hey listen great momentum. It's really roaring. But what he's saying is I'm disciplined says sell sell and with within a day or two of the peak on February nineteen. They started making comparisons to the biggest meltdown. Could this be twenty eleven? How about nineteen eighty seven crash situation even nine situation with anyone on twenty nine always hold breath at the time most of Wall Street was still ridiculously complacent which is part of the problem. All of the mark's upside projections had been fulfil. Marco was consensus extremely Bush. The chargers screaming at him that the upside was exhausted. Though he figured this would be a lot more like nineteen eighty seven and in the eighty seventh. Sarah both down. This'll be plummeted. Thirty eight point. Two percent from peak trump cuts to about eighteen thousand one hundred one hundred and eighty three target for the Dow two thousand ninety seven target for the S. and P. Hey let me give you some good news off intra-day lows we're only thirty points away from the mark's downside target meanwhile it's TV sequential model thirteen by countdown for the del basically the same methodology. Let them call the top predictive bottom the SNP though now this is where folks ceiling because the Dow may have hit the level but the SNP on the other hand was still nearly a hundred points above its absolute retracement projection and his TV by count is only ten which means you might have three more ugly closes before a bottom. So is this the right one or is this the right one? We aren't sure yesterday. We were placed with Dow lucrative bottom. History was there yet the SP breaks down below target. Two Thousand Ninety seven which is down fourteen point three percent Muir. Then he could see it plummeting all the way to one thousand six hundred ninety eight. Whoever he and his team don't expect to confirm downside breakdown like that. Where do we go from here at checkout this charter? The S. and P. Five hundred right now. Overlaid on top of the S. and P. between June August. The twenty eleven during that debt ceiling fiasco. That was just such a nightmare and loss. Lead member went down nineteen percent Pete. The trump one more percent it would have been a bear market survey pass bottoms to mark points out that in nineteen seventy four one thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred eighty seven thousand one two thousand and two thousand sixteen each had a secondary test in other words we bouncing the lows and then came close to revisiting them which would mean mood. Roll back what happened today? Based on the history and the current setup democracy speculate we stuck in the trading range like twenty eleven averages bouncing off yesterday's lows for re-testing them down the line. You know what I think. That kind of fits is we have at least another couple of weeks very bad news in the Krona Virus Front. Hey maybe it won't take lockdown at thirty days. Maybe thanks lockdown and fifteen but then maybe there's another wave you know what I'm talking about yesterday. The market is team. Told me they were looking for ten to fifteen percent boundaries period. Crucially expect the bounce to be temporary. And that's the what were they ever right. Just you know he had this call yesterday. There's nothing I can do I yea I do. I was jam yesterday. Dallas Arbel. But in Tuesday's are is are off the charts statement. I want you to know he nailed this all right. We already got a fabulous Levinson. He would have given you that so but it's too late to trade it the bottom line. The charges interpreted by. Yes the legendary as you know if you call it a yesterday Tom the mark suggested the down the SP five hundred close to bottoming but there might need to be a bit work capitulation for the declining sauce itself. I think he makes grip points the dollar. Today's move make too exuberant. We still have a lot more bad news to process. And do you have any questions about these charts? Or the way demark operates once again S. Y. M. B. O. L. I k. symbolic dot com again. Got The call yesterday that he thought that was the bottom. I need to speak to Betsy Mississippi Betsy. Hey Betsy thank you for imparting your wisdom favorites lesson from that. Money is panic is not a strategy. Exactly it sure wasn't if you panicle on everybody yesterday how can I help? My question involves an infrastructure play given the high probability of a recession with Caterpillar. I'm sorry but you don't buy cat. Go into recession. Now you do have James LBJ. Pretty good guy and the yield is four percent but what a what have we learned yield does not protect. That's been lesson this moment Matinee Jersey police. Hey Jamie hope you and your family are healthy and well so best lesson for you. Yeah everyone is my quick question. Here is so twenty three years old. And I'm an engineer into the market on this downturn so I was wondering if you know any stocks that I should be looking at the current discount for a long term investor like myself. I picked up some J. P. Morgan Chase those curious about your thoughts on then as well. Well Look I. I like chippy Morgan. Chase but I've gotta tell you something that you're young. I mean you're so young you should be looking at work oriented stocks.

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"tom demarco" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

08:43 min | 6 months ago

"tom demarco" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Locked down. Download the POD. God'll give me something that I i. I don't love these fictitious brackets because there's so much hoop that wasn't played and it's interesting. I think the outside world it's like man I didn't have my bracket we didn't have the upsets the Cinderella's even the final four the insular world of college basketball all of that is true but not having the conference tournaments dude conference tournament semifinals. Friday or Saturday is awesome. I mean I. I would contend that Thursday and Friday. You know like the Thursday of championship week. Everybody plays everybody. It's literally the Best Day in college basketball crazy right and that was that was taken away from us or whatever and I. I'm not I'm actually the last guy to be sitting here and telling you what our government should shouldn't be doing with the NCAA like this is. Your is a first for all of us. So I'm not bitching and moaning and saying we should played hoop. I do think it was weird that they were playing in their playing with no fans and they're like no no fans not play any basketball at all. When the kids were already there. They'd already traveled. I Dunno I guess you could have just played the tournaments anyway but regardless what's done is done and we kind of move on but I just WANNA point out and I think many of you know it or maybe and maybe a Senate amongst each other but haven't articulated out loud in a public forum. Which is I get that the. Nc termine selection Sunday were canceled and we never had it but not having championship week. Thursday and Friday where it's not like you remember on a on a Thursday of the NCAA Termi get sixteen games. Get Sixteen Games and on a Friday. You Get Sixteen Games on championship week. You not only get three times as many games everybody plays and the Games in many ways are all more competitive because the conferences and sometimes uglier whatever but you don't just get Kansas or Baylor playing Kansas and Baylor and Texas Tech and Texas. So this is unforeseen unprecedented and really weird now. There are some good things that come from it. Airtours join us. Who's of course covered college basketball for years for Fox sports? He's awesome and he has a great energy in a thoughts and feelings about everything being cancelled. I give you mine. I don't think I don't think there'll be a ton of major coaching changes. And it's not just because we didn't have finality or because there's some sensitivity don't do I think that plays into it maybe a little bit. I think a big thing is these buyouts are big and the stock market continues to to dip a dipping. His is is a kind way of saying what's actually going on when the stock market is down the way it's down remember all of your boosters. These are millionaires and as much as they're donating money to get a new coach in their for their Alma Mater. Sounds like they're doing goodwill there usually doing it with some extra money they got on the side. Nobody has that right now. We don't know the Financial Future of anybody's company outside of Amazon. Which by the way is stop making some deliveries and some countries Net flicks. I mean any of the major stocks all down so good luck calling your Christel County Texas and shock losses last game to Oklahoma state. Good luck calling when your major boosters? Hey I know you gave ten million for the arena. I need you to give me a couple million dollars to fire shock. Smart like my. My portfolio is down forty percent. Call somebody else so with a Paucity of Major College coaching changes. There are some coaching changes. That have been made. Let's start with the biggest name on. Which is Rick Pitino's new head coach at Iona Now? I don't know if I would want to play for Rick Pitino I think I would. Yeah I would. I don't know if I want to coach Rick Pitino because hard-driving duty makes his his staff in shape when scare notes. I would say that even his reputation in fairness reputation like part of the thing that people would say. How can all these things people on a Louisville in the dorms and you had no idea reputation was he had his hand in everything? I don't know if that's fair to this version of Rick Pitino. Who was like the story I had heard from another coach? Who had competed against him? Was that you know when we played them at their place. He was gone before our team bus pulled out which is for a home game. That's really weird. Like he wasn't as connected with his team's late as he was throughout life. Queried is GRANDPA He had his own friends. He went to great restaurants after Games and he did let his assistance handle stuff. Which I think is a reasonable thought. The differences that he had a reputation of early in his career for most of his career having his finger in every overseeing everything that went on including the the the body mass index of everyone on his staff look is that I own A. He's an unbelievable coach. This is let me give you the Rick Pitino y I believe. He's the greatest coach in the history of the modern era basketball. He was his use of the three point. Line was way ahead of anybody else. At the top end of the sport I were there other teams. Us International Olympic amount. That played fast. Shallow out of three. Yes but he was the first major college coach to embrace the three point shot at Providence. Before anybody else of course he brought that to the NBA with New York Knicks. They pressed and nobody presses anymore but it began the era where teams were pressing. They did it when they're providence. He was also like Tiger Woods gets credit for being the first Golfer to pay a ton of attention to getting into physical condition. Right the same could be true for the coaching of Rick Pitino. He was the first one in the eighties provoked and billy lost all that weight to really demand. Incredible physical conditioning and have guys played a lighter. Weight did they play small. Yes they stretch defense. Yes they play fast and shoot. Three's yes and then. When he was at Louisville they also when he's with the Boston Celtics course. They tanked to get the Tim Duncan traffic. They didn't get it and he drafted poorly and he bailed on Chauncey billips too soon but he was the first to use tanking to get lottery picks for shoddy superstars and the draft so three point shooting conditioning. You got tanking. These are all things that are part of our modern college basketball. And you want it got to the final four at province when a national chain Kentucky and essentially handed one to Tubby Smith in terms of the personnel. Anyone Nash Change. But Louisville mean believable. So yes the his personal issues aside his NCAA issues late put a stain on anybody's resume but in terms of what he's brought to the actual sport of basketball coaching areas of emphasis. How you play there have been no more impactful guys then Rick Pitino and obviously I think he'll win at Iona. It's a great campus. Not Far from apartment is New York City. He's hiring. Tom DEMARCO. Who helped getting players? The Guy can coach. They have good the Guy. Good enough scillies great history. It's it's really sad. What happened to Tim Clues? Who a long island legend. Who had to retire? Essentially because of health issues do do I think the personal story is all perfect like no but in terms of basketball rick. Pitino is unbelievable. I can't believe he's coaching it. 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"tom demarco" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

11:21 min | 7 months ago

"tom demarco" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"Go back a day and you would have thought that. We had the biggest controversy sports. You know. We all had to be talking about this Mike. You're laughing a little bit about the word epic with with the Actual Game. I was I was holding my sides at the apoplectic nature of the announcers and the sports media world about the rush job took place in the dunk contest. Because how could you not give it the winner to a guy jumped over a 7-foot-5 guy taking the ball off of his head. If you had taken this in the abstract and I had gone to Bob Ryan Nineteen eighty-four and said Okay Mr Ryan. I'm from the future and I'm here to tell you that. One of the big controversies on All Star. Weekend that everyone's going to be talking about is how a player could not win the dunk contest award when he jumped over a 7-foot-5 player although he actually landed on his head and I thought he'd caused him whiplash and grabbed the ball and dunked it and it's highway robbery and you would have thought that this was the biggest thing it's worth a nice step back and said we kidding you're acting as if a dunk contest is an actual sport acting as if a thing that has gotten to the point where you can't human human dynamics have been so excelled now that there's nothing interesting anymore about a guy just jumping off the ground one hundred feet and dunking the ball. You've gotta jump over another human being and take the ball off of them like he's a trained seal and this is. This is what we're arguing about that to me. Blew my mind when I was when I went to. Espn's Page that night. And we're like five stories about how the dunk contest the dunk contest was controversial and rob job and the rules need to be changed. And I said this this jumped the shark. This funds e jumping the shark unhappy F was the thing is. I even saw thing on trending twitter yesterday that they were comparing this outrage to other other great outrageous Mitch in the history of sports and it just shows you but by the way it was a perfect time you know always hope for slow news cycle. I mean baseball doesn't think they're having a slow news cycle but not much else. Who's going on and you're right. You would have the People. Weren't this pissed off about the Iowa caucus it was. It was epic how quickly it became a full blown conflagration. In sports I stopped caring about the dunk contest after Spud Webb one. Because I said what what what what more can anybody what can be better than that and nothing has been better than that. A five foot six winning the tournament winning it so You know I don't care I don't care I'm just I it's it's beyond ludicrous. But once again it's dunk dunk it we live in a dunk world. You know I let me just say match that if you can jump over attack Oh and dunk the ball. I think you have to share. You have to share the title. Even hairs you know first of all you got. Aaron Gordon and Derek Jones. Junior ask any average fan if they can identify either one of those guys. Outside of they're in the middle of a dunk contest does not. Lebron going against hardened. And so you have two guys and then You again the average fan doesn't Taco fall is except when he walked out onto. The court was pretty apparent that he's a very tall man and so these dunks have become their circus acts and the announcing on these things and I like. I like Kenny and I liked. Tnt crew in general. They clearly have go over the top and way too long but the the way about fifty. That's a fifty. You gotta come and the and the reactions of Shaquille O'Neal holding his little which by the way Shaquille O'Neal's hands holding an iphone on a stick. It honestly looks like he's he's he's eating a Kabob or something so small and they cut to him and they cut to the players and the cut the spike Lee and they cut to the outrage players. And oh you didn't have the picture all right. If you didn't have the picture and you just listened to the audio commentary on the dunk contest. This is basically how it goes. Oh that's it it's just exultation and then someone yelling that's a fifty and there were so many fifties that they got in trouble because they kept giving out to everybody and then there was no higher way to go and then ultimately when they gave out a forty eight hundred forty seven. The thing was ruined it is it is such an example of the over the top nature of all this stuff and as you pointed out what has become like. This is how you measure basketball talent. Now if you can break a backboard or such silly things jumping over people and grabbing balls from offer rappers shoulders not not an adult grabbing in a normal shoulder. A rapper shoulders completely. Different Mitch Bob. Short Bob Sir. Didn't they didn't they do away with it. I'm jumped trying to go to search my memory. Didn't they do away with the slam? Dunk contest of for for for a little while. I thought they stop. I couldn't tell you if there's been a gap I you know I really don't care I don't know I just know yet. At the only thing I might my maintain I maintain the should be a six six height limit. I I don't really care I if White Howard can dunk and anybody over. Six should be eliminated from the tournament from the thing to start with. That should tell you guys one one great spud Webb Story. Je Very briefly before we get to baseball. Okay Jimmy Valvano had never seen him when they were recruiting this is all his assistant coach. Tom DeMarco okay and finally spot is coming to North Carolina. But he he can do this and he can do that. He can dunk and you have to see him and he can pass. It could shoot. He's unbelievable so they go to the airport in Raleigh to pick them up. Mitch Avenue Marco Jim Valvano and everybody gets off the plane and here comes a little spud Webb and Valvano turns to Marco and he says if that's him you're fired him yesterday all right. Listen it showed you though how happy the NBA. To just put a bow on this Mitch. And Bob how happy they are with everything I mean. Obviously there were the tributes. Kobe were moving. Jennifer Hudson was unbelievable and all that stuff but they're walking away from this thinking holy crap. This is like to mix metaphors from another sport. This is like a tape. Measure home run for us this week. And YOU'RE WALKING INTO ZION. So it's talk good right now. Let's switch over to Baseball because I personally found a commissioner rob Manfred comments when he finally came out and did extended interview about the Houston. Astros signed stealing issue and the reaction to it which to me has been very interesting and very sort of Delayed you know. I think what happened was the ruling came down and none of the players were around. You know as the end of the off season and so it was sort of debated in a vacuum We talked about it. Of course as an all shows the talk about sports and all newspaper columnist and everybody and kind of everybody weighed in but the players weren't really being heard from not the Houston Astros players. Who were laying low and not the other players who hadn't gathered and then all of a sudden spring training comes and everybody starts showing up in the in their various camps in Florida and Arizona and reporters. Start coming out and asking questions and you see that. There's a lot of bad feelings going on in the sport and then one story flies to another another end. The outrage which is weeks old now is at its highest which is not usual usually within the first five when something happens in today's world the outrageous at times but the outrage now is at fever pitch so much so that Manfred had to come out and say yeah I understand why fans and players are are upset but look we did what we had to do and the thing that I found most interesting in his long defense and we can debate number of the comments that he made was essentially. He said if we wanted to get to the bottom of this we had to promise the players immunity and it was more important to find out how they did it so that we can ensure that it doesn't happen again then for us to punish the players which we wouldn't have been able to do and here's this is going to drive fans crazy because they weren't properly informed of the rules by the Astros and so we would have had lawsuits from the Union. Who would have claimed? You can't throw our players out or suspend players or take money away from our players because they weren't properly and all this comes down to almost everything in sports does these days and everything else a fear of a lawsuit this time from the Union very disturbing very very very disturbing and The the the thing that was a line came out of that that really or a lot of people myself included that he really did. He really referred to the trophy trophy as a piece of metal. And that's why we were not who's not going to worry about taking a piece of metal away from them I mean is not not been the little. What here's the thing Mitch? Everything you said is true you you you left out the thing that made everybody's hair go on fire. And that was Jim Crane and the Astros players when they showed up in West Palm Beach because that was an unmitigated disaster. And all that did that that through kerosene on fire that had started to break out all over baseball and all over spring training and it is a fair point if you give them the benefit of the doubt on anything. It said that they had to get to the bottom of this and without subpoena power the only way they can figure it's sort of how they handled biogenesis. They had no subpoena power with biogenesis. Either and so but what? They finally had to decide was can we? Can we get the most information possible by giving the players immunity? And you guys have heard me say this. I don't know how you could have gone back in there. And say does George Springer get it just corrugated two bregman. Get it you know. What about the guys that now play for? Marlin Gonzalez plays somewhere else. Now okay. He was on that team and so listen. One thing we've figured out is that there was no good answer. The only thing I was gonna run this by you guys today. The only thing that I that I can now with hindsight say maybe a stiffer penalty for the Astros would have been not stripping them of the title but doing what they were doing thing they do do in college sports knocking them out of the tournament for a year or two..

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"tom demarco" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

11:44 min | 11 months ago

"tom demarco" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"Programming is the Is the social side of edits. The the way that we we do our code reviews the way that we learn from each other. It's also the way that a team becomes a team because if someone goes down on a team the rest of the team can cover for them because they've been working with them all up test driven development. Obviously is is the act of writing tests before you write the code and and the attempt to get as close to one hundred percents code coverage is possible. refracting is the practice actus of continuously cleaning the code. You know it's it's It's hard enough to make code work. And what most programmers forget to do is clean it. After they've made it work you get it to work and then all of a sudden you're like Oh God at works okay. Don't touch touch it. Nobody breathed just check it in. and You you forget the step which is okay. It works but I'm not done yet. I asked to clean it up. That's what what what refractoriness get all the crust out And then of course. Simple design is the is the set of goals for how you drive test driven development and re factoring pair programming the steps for for making all the test pass and making the code is express his possible introducing the redundancy and so there there are volumes and volumes to be written about this and I intend to ride least one of them when when when we started the the whole. Agile the way the heck back in two thousand. I thought you know the scrum part was pretty cool. Okay we're GONNA work rations. We're GONNA talk to the business that's great. We like that okay. Fine but what I was focused on. was those engineering practice. That whole test driven development re factoring thing and that was what I wanted. I'm a program right. That's what that's what really thrilled me and then to watch that decay over the next twenty years and get pushed to the sidelines and to have the the other practices the scrum like practices get amplified amplified over. That was deeply frustrating to me is it seems was to me that those scrumptious practices the business facing practices cannot be sustainable. If you don't have good solid engineering cracks and the answer is well. The team will decide Glee frustrated. Right it because there has to be a set of professional disciplines that drives the behavior of the technical behavior of the team to do good a quality work. Not just the team will decide but a set of hard disciplines and so again. That was one of the reasons reasons I I wrote the Clean Agile Book and why I wanted to go onto the next one. I feel like there's there's a couple of things going on their businesses don't understand stands scrum because the whole world been playing telephone and by the time it gets down to to your business. It's been completely mutated towards not even even even a real thing anymore. It's just this we're GONNA say we're doing it. And then that's it and then with the development side of it that that you're so disheartened with it. It kind of you know decaying what I think is going on there is your is your five year duplication problem. It takes three to six months to to teach a developer how to td effectively. And in the time that you're doing that there's been three new developers created you can't you literally can't keep up. It's it's like we're rotating dating in and out the monkeys. The the original group of monkeys were shocked when they touch the button and now our new our new developers don't touch the button because when they got there no one was doing. TVD IN RE factoring in simple design is the business really GonNa pay to people who work on the same. where can pair programming? I mean that seems unreasonable. Those are all the lovely excuses that people do the. It's not the businesses business programmers. Get to decide how best to work. I if the businesses all this was really efficient the programmers to tell them why you get your business. You can write the code if you want here. We'll go somewhere else. Well you know there's plenty of demand out there so that's not an unrealistic option before we start to wrap up here. We we mentioned in our slack group that we would be chatting with you today in our friend. Joe Zack from cutting blocks asked if we could maybe ask about your thoughts on modern javascript development small modules html and CSS mixed in with Java script. It javascript. Everybody wants to think of Java script is something different. It's a different kind of software. It's not normal off. Words fronton software software. That's not actually police off. Wear normal software. It's just other times software. No it's just regular old software in all the same old rules apply. Yes you do things in small modules. Judge Rose Yes you right tests I yes you re factor. Yes you isolate. All the design principles still apply. Everything's still applies. It software not any kind of special software. It's just plain old software. This is a this is a fight that I've been. I've been having for some some time and it has an. It's not really focused on Java script. It's focused on every new language. That comes along because every new language that comes along his fundamentally different from any other language ever an all. The rules are different now. And we're going to do angular or we're going to do reactive we're going to eat. The rules haven't changed. I've been in this business for fifty years. The the rules haven't changed in fifty years. What is software design with is soccer architecture? What is good software? Practice is what was good software practice fifty years ago and is today. We programmers Manipulate with our hands a fixed set of instruments if statements while loops assignment statements. That's pretty much it and you could toss a couple the other little class like things in there but it all really boils down to sequence election iterations and that hasn't changed for fifty years the languages change a little bit some of the platform. Change some of the frameworks change. Okay fine but those are minor changes the fundamentals remain the same name. I wrote the Book Clean Architecture and the the the the point of that book was that everything has has stayed stayed the same since fifty years has changed but with the new language as we get to make all the mistakes and figure everything out all over again. Uh because because it's new not that's another one you know the have we really seen a new language within the last thirty years or or have we seen old languages chopped up and reassembled into what looked like new languages kind of Frankenstein's monster. It's alive leave the other dead languages that put together into a new language. Has there been any new concept in a language in the last thirty years and struggled to find one. Maybe one or two but most of the stuff that you find. In modern languages. so-called modern languages was around in older languages. You know thirty forty years ago so we are. We are in this constant hunt hunt for the perfect language. We're always making new languages and the reason we're always making new languages that the eight the ones. We're writing it so we have to have new ones all the time and yet the new ones aren't they're just rehashes of old way. It's a an almost futile. Exercise is and in it goes right to the maturity of the of the industry many of our listeners early a good portion of them are are people that are maybe just getting started Probably the the folks in that first five years of their development careers maybe brand new And we like to ask all the guests who come on to sort of give them some specific words of wisdom and so sort of on that note what what would you say directly to them to say handle. Hey this is what you should focus on to really sort of. Get your obtain all the things that you're really needing to make yourself self successful. If you're a young program just getting started at what should do you should. You should learn as much as you possibly can. You should read read. Read old books. Read the structure and interpretation of computer programs read structured analysis by Tom DeMarco read read. Structured systems designed by miler page Jones. Got Read all the books. Go back and read. The Fundamental Algorithms Book in the semi numerical logarithms book. Read all these books. Learn as many languages as you can't learn learn see learn C.. Plus plus learn go learn lists learned learned Java script. Learn all these don't get don't get hemmed in by a single language. The big risk that a young software developer makes us they get emden to Java or Java script the one language and then they're stuck in that mold and they can't get out of it for ten years and ten ten years later that's not a real interesting language to anybody anymore. They're on this downward track. Because they're stuck in that mold so diversify. I learn as much as you can do. Not specialize learn specialties. But do not specialize don't become a front end developer. Don't become a back back in developer. Do not become a database developer. Learn all those things get good at all those things. Software is not large enough industry industry to support specialists. We all need to be generalists so that we can understand and communicate with each other very well. Third do the best job you possibly can at all times. Always tell the truth. Never lie to boss. Never give an estimate that you know. You can't make make never say that you will try when you know the trying will do no good always be as honest as possible and very often that means so you cannot be specific when asked for example and you get this done by next Thursday. Your answer is probably going to have to be. I don't know and that's a good answer. If it's if it's the truth follow some of those rules. I think things will be fine. Awesome so we. Obviously we're talking about your book Do you have any other resources that you might call out for people to Looking to get back to the basics of agile sure So My my personal website is clean coder dot com and if you go to that website. You'll see all the services that I offer to make money. You'll also see where I am doing. A personal events Talks I do a lot of free talk so you can go on there and see where I'm I'm speaking engagements and so on I also have another website where I sell videos Video.

"tom demarco" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"tom demarco" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Walk yeah I just his his thoughts and what he's finding out and then like going on the campaign trail so I mean I didn't know the New York times it come a call and I'll write me a little bit his time as we've kind of been had a fallen on hard times as of lately that I didn't know that he got a gig for them thank god you're probably yeah probably worth a phone call maybe in my private time here all good when we're off feral call The New York Times does confirm a whether or not Tom Delmonico is actually employed by them that is good journalistic investigating right there so I'd have to check that out so I'm not sure because I I'd hate to lose time because we use Tom not as often as we should because people love Tom Delmonico the techs are common and flooding in here just praise with praise for Tom doubling the court he's get that's the first time that I've heard him unbiased reason very very good he's very good because of that old school news hard Scrabble the news voice the newsman Tom Delmonico but I'll tell you what we'll take a break I'll call the New York times to see if Tom demarco's on the payroll and hopefully put that to rest so we can still use Tom but keep doing here a crystal is Adam Carter again on this Friday afternoon winter apparently here so we're not gonna get warm again until may but don't let it could let you down put your hands up to the speaker right now robin together put your hands up to the speaker and they'll be warmed by the by my voice more worth more friendliness war WCCO after this Chad hard finding great candidates to hire.

"tom demarco" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"tom demarco" Discussed on Men In Blazers

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"tom demarco" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tom demarco" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

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