I'm Patrick Dubroy, an engineering manager and erstwhile programmer based in Munich, Germany. I currently work at Lyft Level 5, leading a team who's helping to make self-driving cars a thing.
I've been writing about programming, usability, and design since 2006. The most recent post is: Sketches from CDG.
Here are some of the most popular things I've written:
- Immutability is not Enough For the Recurse Center
- Google I/O: Memory Management for Android Apps
- So You Want to Install a Python Package
- My CHI2010 Talk: A Study of Tabbed Browsing
- Multiple-Monitor Productivity: Fact or Fiction?
You can find more in the blog archives.
- Modeling the Physical World with Three.js BerlinJS, June 2018
- The Past and Future of Programming HfG (School of Design) Schwäbish Gmünd
- Performance Profiling with the Chrome Dev Tools Leetspeak 2013
- Parsing, Compiling, and Static Metaprogramming JSConfEU 2013
- UX in an Engineering-Driven Organization UX Munich 2013
- Secrets of the Chrome Developer Tools Øredev 2012
- Memory Management for Android Apps Google I/O 2011
- Incremental Packrat Parsing SLE 2017
- Modular Semantic Actions DLS 2016
- Situated Objects NOOL 2016
- Language Hacking in a Live Programming Environment LIVE 2016
- Moonchild FPW 2014
- A Study of Tabbed Browsing Among Mozilla Firefox Users CHI 2010