Sebastian Gebski

"Errare humanum est, sed in errare perseverare diabolicum."
(eng. To err is human, but to persist in error (out of pride) is diabolical.)

Seneca

Now & then I re-visit my own idea / statement / opinion to find out that I totally disagree with it today. Actually I don't find it a problem, quite the contrary - only fools keep upholding stubbornly once formulated statement, regardless

Sebastian Gebski

Our industry is batshit crazy. No point in denying. What we do (services based on pieces of software) is so multi-dimensional that sometimes it's damn hard to find a common denominator between two: people, projects, products, architectures, methods. Obviously, it's got its pros (let's leave them for another story ...), but there are serious cons as well - one of them is related to job