Thomas Thwaites' toaster
How many of our IT solve a problem that's already solved, to not actually work anyway?
A framework that's so easy to get wrong, must be bad, right?
If we reject everything that's easily "done wrong", what's left?
Adventures in DevOps 144: Organizing Data Workflows With Prefect
Anna Geller of Prefect joins us to explain how to orchestrate anything with Prefect.
You can't be an expert in 10 things any more than you can have 10 highest priorities.
Sometimes the answer isn't within you
Some prominent Agile Coaches say that coaches should not be involved in teaching. Bullshit.
Make the change safe, then make the safe change
What can you do when no change would be safe to make? First, make the change safe.
What change can you make that is as safe as adding or removing a code comment?
Unsure? Browse the archive.
Unless you enjoy the challenge of blind-folded piñata-style refactoring, write automated tests.
"Revenue is down this quarter, but on the bright side, our sprint numbers are accurate!" said noone ever.
Cut it out!
It's practically a truism that to do something new, you have to do less of something old. What will you cut for 2023?
Mutual accountability in 2023
Hold me accountable for my 2023 goals, and I'll do the same for you.