Technical debt is the implied cost of additional rework caused by choosing an easy (limited) solution now instead of using a better approach that would take longer. That leads to the safe assumption that every software project has already incurred some technical debt, which will subsequently increase the risk and cost of change for an …
You should use iterative development only on projects you want to succeed.
– Martin Fowler
“Education comes from within; you get it by struggle and effort and thought.”
— Napoleon Hill
Never confuse activity with progress.
There’s no sense being precise about something when you don’t even know what you’re talking about.
John von Neumann
Too many chefs spoil the code.
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 software …
The real reflection of intelligence is to create order in the chaos despite of catastrophic environment!
If you only learn the minimum amount necessary to get over the next hurdle,
you’ll fall behind.
“Before cars, make people.”
–Eiji Toyoda, former Chairman of Toyota