How frequently have you encountered people who are neither coding- nor tech-savvy discussing software architecture? How frequently are they decision-makers? Yes, it happens, and everyone who experiences it knows what it causes. The point is to find a way to talk about software architecture with all interested stakeholders (even if they are business/product people who […]
No matter what future we may envision, it relies on software that has not yet been written. Even now, software-intensive systems have woven themselves into the interstitial spaces of civilization, and we as individuals and as a species have slowly surrendered ourselves to computing. Looking back, we can identify several major and distinct styles whereby […]
Every moment of every day there’s a new language, framework, format, protocol to learn. Nobody has a more dynamic skill set than a web developer. We’ll look at the one metaskill to rule them all: The ability to come up to speed and stay there, over and over again.
We often hear that estimating is a must in project management. “We can’t make decisions without them” we hear often. This video shows examples of how you can predict a release date of a project without any estimates, relying only on easily available data.
Three years after writing “An Agile Adoption & Transformation Survival Guide: Working with Culture”, Michael Sahota shares the highlights of what he has learned. Some of it is around thinking tools such as the Laloux Culture Model and some of it is around his inner journey to reach a place where he could really help […]