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Toxic and Woke Engineering Orgs. Why are organizations committed to… | by Marianne Bellotti | Dec, 2020 | Medium
Shreyas Doshi sur Twitter : "Twitter, now that we understand why the preventable problem paradox is so prevalent and pernicious, it’s time to talk about combating it. So, as promised, here’s a thread on pre-mortems.… https://t.co/DRjMLQFESc"
Shreyas Doshi sur Twitter : "With this contrast between how humans innately perceive problem solving vs. problem prevention, is it any surprise that this paradox permeates almost every complex organization?… https://t.co/D37jZeCOkQ"
Pascal Blanché 🌎🍁 sur Twitter : "Art Direction is never an easy journey (I love my job) But seems that lately in the entertainment industry, decisions in the big studios are only made by committees. You see more and more lack of direction, commitment and trust in experts.… https://t.co/QY7xPULV99"
Jason Fried sur Twitter : "If your company requires you to work nights and weekends, your company is broken. This is a managerial problem, not your problem. This is a process problem, not a personal problem. This is an ownership problem, not an individual problem."
Gunnar Morling 🌍 sur Twitter : "* Automate formatting (no nitpick on stylistics) * Do "30%" reviews early on (avoiding long work on wrong path) * Focus on the bigger design questions instead of small details * Aim for getting things in quickly, improvements can be made as follow * But: Require tests and docs… https://t.co/8OA8E7mhtk"
Chris Herd sur Twitter : "Remote work is inevitable: 🙏 people want it 🌍 save the planet 🚗 zero commuting 📈 more productivity 📅 embrace flexibility 💜 more diverse teams 👨👩👧👦 more time with family 📉 companies slash costs 🏢 kills time in office as KPI 🏡 people work in their lives What about you?"
Thomas Depierre sur Twitter : "Random advice i give a lot for people starting distributed teams. Go talk to MMO players. If possible an eve online one. Someone that is a high level officer in a sizeable alliance.… https://t.co/W5TNaamAYy"
Darren Shepherd sur Twitter : "Microservices are a way to ensure your application has the same level of complexity as your organization."
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Mike Godwin on Twitter: "@DownTwist @Jamie_Foxworthy @M_feeney @daphnehk @ENBrown @PatHedgerCEI @ismurray @normative @Will_Duffield I've written a number of more recent pieces arguing for an industry-wide code of ethics that includes fiduciary obligations to users." / Twitter
Kenneth Love on Twitter: ""You have to be *passionate* about programming if you want to succeed at it!" No, you don't. You don't have to love programming to be a programmer. To be a programmer you need to write programs. That's it. Do it for the money, the love, the prestige. Passion is only a plus."
¯\_(ツ)_/¯ on Twitter: "What if giant tech companies are open sourcing all these complicated infrastructure project in an attempt to get startups to sabotage themselves?"
Olivier Mallassi on Twitter: "“Key participants (...) apparently define agile as “the methodology of no accountability.” Scope, time, cost? You can’t hold us accountable because(...)the greatest semantic travesty occurs when agile is used as an excuse for not getting real results" https://t.co/FOgbsOCOJi"
Christin Gorman on Twitter: "I'm going to spoil it for you because it's so damn important. Microsoft did a scientific study - based on MS Vista code and found that the best predictor of bugs was: ORGANIZATIONAL COMPLEXITY More people = worse code More departments = worse code Higher turnover = worse code"
Eberhard Wolff on Twitter: "As a consultant, you must accept that sometimes things work in seemingly suboptimal ways. It is important to understand whether this really causes problems before jumping to conclusions and suggesting "improvements"."
John S Nolan on Twitter: "Love my new sit/stand desk set-up with effectively 6720x3440 of screen real-estate. Side-screens are curved - that's not lens effects - and the bottom are effectively at the same angle as the laptop screen. Can recommend it, much better than horizontal twin-curved screens.… https://t.co/xMfON47Rnr"
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Jim Speaker, GFoML on Twitter: "Too busy to #TDD? Too busy to pair? Too busy to #refactor? Too busy to micro-test? I call bullshit. My buddy Erik Meade calls it Stupid Busy, and I think that nails it pretty well. All you’re really saying is that you’re too busy to go faster. ~@GeePawHill"
Lemi Orhan Ergin on Twitter: "Let's clarify: * Jira is not Agile * Open Source is not Free * Using cloud is not DevOps * Rituals is not Scrum * Developed is not Done"
Mario Fusco on Twitter: "I hate -stand up meetings -colored post-it -poker planning cards -tomato shaped timer I hate idiotic games turning engineering into a joke"