They just don't, OK? This may be an upsetting thought for some, it was for me for a very long time until something clicked in my mind and instead of asking why don't they care, I decided to ask a different question: Should they care?
Developers often do not think about what it will be like to maintain the software they are creating. Things you are building today will be legacy that future developers will be talking about. What can we do to make the experience better for future developers.
In February 2020 I have read 2 books, with third one just above half way through so it's not making this months cut. List includes: Team topologies and Deep Work.
A summary of some of the practices and feedback loops we have in Agile world and how we can try and make them work better for us. Based on my experiences.
In a diverse world with many teams solving different challenges Scrum is often the framework of choice but should this be the case?
First attempt at summarising the books that I have read in January 2020. List includes: The Unicorn Project, The Little Book Of Coaching Models, Make Time and Ikigai.
Recently I have been approached for some advice about switching career to software development. Here is what I came up with.
Being a good listener is something that is often overlooked and yet it is quite an important topic that has been discussed for a long time.
A reflection on my experience with roadmaps with some ideas and different approaches.