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Why HR Depts are such a bad idea

Why HR Depts are such a bad idea

It's hard to find a company bigger than 30 people that doesn't have its HR Department - even if it consists of just 1 person. And the name itself is of secondary meaning: some call it Human Resources, some prefer…

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A game-changing value of ... missing abstractions - part II

A game-changing value of ... missing abstractions - part II

The first post in the series can be found here. Last week I've presented one aspect of complexity of the transactional part of our platform - availability (when trying to book a new appointment). And what is more important, how…

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A game-changing value of ... missing abstractions - part I

A game-changing value of ... missing abstractions - part I

Few months ago I've published a short article about what is a Model Debt & why it matters. Today I'd like to provide you with two nice, crispy examples that illustrate the idea. Both are coming from the Domain I…

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Imagine that ... (the Event Sourcing parable ;P)

Imagine that ... (the Event Sourcing parable ;P)

Imagine that ...... you're at the doctor's because you don't feel well - there's something wrong with your health and you need professional help of a medical expert. You sit in front of him, but before you have any chance to…

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We're probably bad at job titles. And it's OK.

We're probably bad at job titles. And it's OK.

There's no point in re-inventing the wheel. We all walk in the footsteps of industry pioneers & use the legacy of their lessons learned for our advantage. However ... Think for yourselfI hate mindlessly copying "industry standards" & "best practices". Software…

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Why scaling organizations is so difficult?

Why scaling organizations is so difficult?

There's plenty of hard topics in building software, but if you asked me what's the most challenging one, I'd answer without doubt: scaling (engineering) organizations. Why so? first of all: economies of scale do not work for building software (I've…

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