This is something I spend a lot of time thinking about. That means I’ve developed some opinions!
While tidying up yesterday I realised that my bag contents was getting pretty close to a stable ideal that I’m happy with. Here’s what and why: Read more »
Voting for one person is complicated enough. Electing a group of people is a surprisingly difficult job! Here’s some work we did recently at BVN to elect a group of 13 people.
Technical debt is a concept that’s pretty well established in programming teams. Technical debt is a lot like sleep debt; where you burn the candle at both ends for a while. No matter how much you would like to, you can’t keep it up forever. Eventually you’ll fall asleep in a meeting or while driving. Read more »
Daniel Davis writes that he doesn’t think that architects can be automated. I know Daniel a little bit, he’s very switched on. I think he watered down the conclusion to that article to please the audience. Readers of Architect magazine aren’t likely to be receptive to being told that they are a few years away from being automated out of existence. I think he took it as close to that as he could get away with. Read more »