Testing is developers’ job not testers’

When I started working as a developer, I didn't work with a tester. So I keep thinking that quality and testing of the code is developer's job, and Gojko Adzic presentation confirms my understanding of software development process on some way. Take a look the Gojko Adzic presentation with his QA analysis about Greece

Every Manager Deserves His Developers

I am rephrasing an old political proverb, but it's true. If a manager ask you to release four days earlier, after he has promised you to postpone the release date with a week probably the chaos is so big in teams with this kind of managers that you can't expect any quality from the

Cohesive Software Design – Observations

This week I have been explaining about cohesion using materials from Prag Pub Magazine and realized something ultra very simple. The definition of cohesion is proximity should follow dependency which make me see that cohesion(proximity) is function of dependency. So cohesion = f(dependency) and if we want to follow Single Responsibility Principle you can

Lean Principle “Eliminate Waste”

Today on one of my conference calls I observed very known situation from my past, and I remembered one example of the lean principle Eliminate Waste. Building the Wrong Thing There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all. –Peter

An Interesting Presentation About Technical Debt

Today I take a look one interesting presentation about What is Technical Debt?. It's very horrifying to see scissors in somebody's chest, but it's not  horrifying when IT guys crash a business for million dollars and life of many people just because they are not well prepared to see the creeping

Lean Principle “Never Fix Later!”

More than three years I was trying to transfer the jidoka approach from Toyota Production System into the software practices. Finally I find my translation, it's very simple lean principle Never Fix Later!. Under the word fix I mean wide definition like fix the bug, make the code clean, refactor the code, redesign the