Today I was reading a news about “Spade Hacker”. At that moment I realized that every software company has at least one “spade hacker”. How many “spade hackers” do you have in your company ? 😉
Two or three weeks ago I read a post of Michael Nygard “Failover: Messy Realities”.
It’s very interesting to see that among normal operation state ,failure state , and normal state again there is a whole universe. By the way in my humble experience I had a case where I had to explain of my American …
Today I read the post Pair Management(lost article) of Michael Feathers. There is something interesting that wasn’t mention in the post. This is the fact that pair management will reduce the risk in taking decision but this fact probably must be proof from the researchers in the Management science. Probably you know that every decision …
Today I read this post “Study shows brief meditation helps cognition” of Andy Hunt which is very important for every professional software developer. If you have some interests in this area please read the post, you will like it!
Recently I read an interview with Donald Knuth. I liked the answer of the question
“Do you think deep analysis of a problem or a solution to a problem is something that can be taught?”.
Read it !
Today I read the Top Five Causes of Poor Software Quality. Don’t you think that in some way the root of the problem is clear strategy for technologies, platforms usage, and lack of serious self education?
Recently I read this article by Bill Curtis. I think that this one of the articles which should be read many times because it shows us one of the roots of our problems in software development.