I want to offer a soft rebuttal to the article The Problem with Saying “Don’t Bring Me Problems, Bring Me Solutions. By “soft” I mean to say that I do not disagree with the thesis, only some of the implied assertions. Bear in mind that critiquing “Implied assertions” can be deeply unfair in a work that is intended to be taken literally.Read More »
JP Ventura left an intriguing comment on The Sage that I’d like to explore:
Considering each coin has two sides, what would be the dark side (i.e., opposite) of the Sage?
What I find interesting about this question is the fact that I had not given much thought to the “dark side” of the 12 Underappreciated Developers. The Sage, in particular, can have several dark manifestations as ostensibly, they are supposed to be a benevolent master whose primary interest is helping the members of their team grow. If we look at someone who is pretending to act in a way that could be confused with The Sage but is, in fact, the opposite, we get something like this:Read More »
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Dear All , I m pursuing my PhD in Agile Software Engineering. I have a question regarding spike solution ” If we add spike in project development will it have effect on team velocity? and if yes what could be the parameters ? All the responses will be consider as a general opinion in my PhD thesis.
The following is my response to Ewan Valentine’s blog post “How to never complete anything” that I discovered on Hacker News. Once again, I ask for people’s indulgence for posting a reply on my own blog rather than in the Hacker News comments. I find writing on my own blog a bit easier than wading into the surf that is the sea of many perspectives.Read More »