What is a Software Craftsman?
This is a little old, but I wanted to make it available so that I could reference it in another post.
The Software Craftsmanship Manifesto
Software Craftsmanship: The New Imperative
The Other Book
Apprenticeship Patterns - Guidance for the Aspiring Software Craftsman
Pete McBreen's Response to The Manifesto
Software Craftsmanship Revisited
David Harvey speaks to the topic
Danger! Software Craftsmen at Work
Dan North starts a war
Programming is not a craft
Liz Keogh explains her discomfort with the software craftsmanship manifesto
Why I didn’t sign the Software Craftsmanship manifesto
Gil Zilberfeld draws a comparison between software craftsmanship and alt.net
The Path Already Taken
Jason Gorman wants us to avoid getting hung up on labels
Enough With The Software Holy Wars!
Michael Feathers looks for more deliberate practice in our work
The Thing of Software Development
George Dinwiddie provides a physical example of why quality work is important to a customer, and how certification and licensing doesn't help
Trades, Crafts, and Certification
Martin Fowler summarizes and aggregates links
Dan North expands and clarifies some his earlier points
Bob Martin says software craftsmanship is only about programmers tired of writing crap
Software Craftsmanship: What it's all about.
Bob Martin thinks Martin Fowler's fears are groundless
Bringing Balance to the Force
Glenn Vanderburg clarifies Software Engineering
Real Software Engineering
Mark Haskamp...it's kinda related and I liked it, so just watch it OK? You made it this far for a reason, here is your reward.
Code is the Design