Thanks again to everybody who backed our Kickstarter campaign to produce another Software Craftsmanship Wall Calendar. We’re sending backers their calendars this week. If you weren’t able to back the campaign (or if you only backed the campaign at a low level and thus are only getting the digital images), you can still get one by ordering on Amazon now:
Brendan Enrick and I recently discussed the calendar and its production process, including our experience with our first Kickstarter campaign, with Carl and Richard of DotNetRocks – check out show 1226 that went live today. This calendar includes several new topics, like Collective Code Ownership and Bus Factor, along with a few we’ve covered in the past (ironically including Don’t Repeat Yourself).
We have a limited quantity available for sale and when they’re gone, they’re gone (printing a few more is not really a cost effective option). Pick one up to show you care about your code, or give one to someone you think “needs” one.
Update: 15 December 2016
We had originally planned on using Amazon.com for our US and international fulfillment. Unfortunately, while this is working well domestically (US), setting it up for international fulfillment is more involved than we had anticipated. Thus, we are taking international orders via my Shopify-powered store. If you are outside the United States and want a calendar (or 2 or 3 – the per-unit shipping is much lower if you get a few), please order one here. US orders should still use the Amazon listing.