Articles & Blogs
Excerpt: "My first encounter with docker goes back to early 2015. Docker was experimented with to find out whether it could benefit us. At the time it wasn’t possible to run a container [in the background] and there wasn’t any command to see what was running, debug or ssh into the container. The experiment was quick, Docker was useless and closer to an alpha prototype than a release."
Excerpt: "I was involved in a project that was planned to be demoed at a conference. My role was to lead frontend and support backend-to-frontend development in order to meet the deadline. As the project progressed, it turned out that backend devs had finished their part and were excited to code some JS and backbone… To my surprise, it turned out that about a half an hour introduction meeting was enough to get them going! How was that possible?"
Excerpt: "If you write code for a living, there’s a chance that at some point in your career, someone will ask you to code something a little deceitful – if not outright unethical.
This happened to me back in the year 2000. And it’s something I’ll never be able to forget."
Excerpt: "What's the best way to deliver and grow systems?
There are several possible approaches.
One approach is pure waterfall: "plan the work and work the plan", phase by phase, with a big bang delivery at the end. Measure progress by "(estimated) % complete"."