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Disorganized grumpy scribblings - May 2020

Disorganized grumpy scribblings - May 2020

Some thoughts won't fit within a tweet, but none of them separately is enough to be turned into a decent blog post. Why not gather them up and published together then? Here you go. I'm not a virologist, so I…

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How (not) to speed up development

How (not) to speed up development

Software development is expensive. It takes time, requires various & uncommon skills and on top of that - the developers' salaries are among the highest ones in the company. It's also affected by hard-to-grasp, unfavorable factors like technical debt that…

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The secrets of an (effective) grooming

The secrets of an (effective) grooming

I'm not keen on this word. "Grooming". I've been doing it (sort of) long before I've learned about the thingie named Scrum, but until this very day I haven't convinced myself to call it that way. Grokking domain, crunching through…

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So, how much maintenance is (precisely) enough, huh?

So, how much maintenance is (precisely) enough, huh?

It seems that the technical debt is one on my favorite topics ;P Looking back just a few months, I've assembled at least three posts on the subject. One of them is particularly on the cost of running software (https:…

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Who are real "architects" in software crafting?

Who are real "architects" in software crafting?

A few days ago, I started reading "Semantic Software Design" by Eben Hewitt. I haven't finished it yet, but I believe I can already state that it won't become my favourite book on software architecture ever (more about that in…

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Don't criticize. Be solidary. Get yourself useful.

Don't criticize. Be solidary. Get yourself useful.

Disclaimer: sorry, but this ain't a post about architecture, leadership, software development, neither any other usual topics you can find here. But I believe its content is more needed today, in the situation we're facing. COVID-19 didn't just disrupt our…

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