About this book
"Innovation is a drug and the more people we can burden with this addiction the better off the world will be."
Why does software engineering seem so routine?
Isn't engineering supposed to be difficult and challenging?
Why are other engineers developing ingenius structures and earning patents while the software engineer is simply shuttling bits back and forth?
Famine in the Bullpen explores these questions. It proposes a root cause and an engineering solution. It invites the reader to undertake a practice that demands challenge and applies disciplined whimsy to the renewal of innovation as a standard expectation for engineering.