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
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
If you can’t write your idea on the back of my calling card, you don’t have a clear idea. -David
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
Notes from Chapter 3 Planing
1. Agile process of planing requires
Very detailed planing for the next two weeks
Very rough plan for the next three months
Extremly crude plan beyond that
2. Correlation between quality and early delivery of a partially function system
The less functional the initial delivery, the higher the quality in the final delivery.
The more frequent
Q: How many project managers does it take to change a light bulb?
A: That task is not in the WBS. Darkness is part of the
In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.
[In regione caecorum rex est luscus.]
Desiderius Erasmus, Adagia (III, IV, 96)
Dutch author, philosopher, & scholar (1466 -
For a long time I keep this consulting law offline and forgot to share it. But the events from the last month remember me for this law and the fact that there is no change in one product or company without serious work in the past.
Weinberg's Law of Twins : Most of the time,
Today I was listening on a conference call my colleagues and I realized that there are people who can talk a whole day and couldn't say anything reasonable. Also my observations are that these people even couldn't listen, and now my question is how to talk with these people ? ;-) Probably we need
First rule of Android dev club: You don't talk about Intents.
Second rule of Android dev club: Don't even think about solving complex problems with Intents.
Third rule of Android dev club: The global warming, the holocaust and the problem in the middle of a SIP call are not caused by the Undocking Manager.
!!! These rules