Software is not a fixed point in time

That’s why business struggles with agile. It wants to freeze software and treat it like a building rather than a support tool for a process. It’s also why business has to spend a long time “evaluating” new operating systems, browsers, devices,… because change is not built in to how many businesses do business. Businesses don’t … More Software is not a fixed point in time

More about code reviews

Many thanks to @peitor for engaging with the last code review post, particularly his comments there, which I recommend reading, and his tweet: @craignicol @yochum Additional to what CodeReviews are for: team building and finding alternative solutions. — Peter Gfader (@peitor) October 1, 2015 I want to explore a few of his thoughts a bit … More More about code reviews

Code Reviews

In my thoughts about codecraft post, I mentioned that we’d discussed Code Reviews during the lean coffee session: The question was “How much should we nitpick in Code Reviews”, and I can easily see Code Reviews being a great guided conversation on its own, especially with the side discussions on what code reviews are for, … More Code Reviews

Technical Leadership at @codecraftuk follow up

I had a great time at the CodeCraftConf, and I’ll be writing up my thoughts on the other sessions shortly, but for the benefit of those who attended the technical leadership session and those who were interested in the questions, I made a few notes on each question to reflect suggestions, and discussion points that … More Technical Leadership at @codecraftuk follow up