Open Source as a style of living. For everyone.

Open Source as a style of living. For everyone.

The more I think about it, the more I am against strict code ownership ("my stuff = my commits"). I mean - yes, there has to be someone who 'owns' the piece of functionality (for the sole purpose of supervision, roadmapping, etc.), but the more people put hands on it, the better. And the reasoning I have is not code-focused (related to quality, tech debt, etc.), but people-oriented. I'll be very explicit & straightforward: the more code programmer interferes with (in general, not in the particular moment of course) the better dealing with the same module / single application for…

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So-called "comfort zone" - my career advice for you

To err is human - I admit I was very wrong about what “comfort zone” really is and what does it truly mean. My approach has changed over the time and nowadays I have a totally opposite opinion, when compared with what I was thinking few years ago. And that’s what this post is about. "Comfort zone" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comfort_zone) is a term widely used by the corporate world - its meaning is a little bit different than the psychology-based definition you can read if you follow the link above. The comfort…

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