As Cory Foy puts it, craftsmanship equals responsibility! The change starts from you. If you won’t do it, no one is going to do it for you. A good starting point is the Apprenticeship Patterns. Go and read it on-line. And do not forget the Manifesto for Software Craftsmanship! And watch Cory’s presentation from XP2010!
I’m on my winter holiday, Yay! I was thinking that I will spend most of the free time practicing my art of coding. I am not very familiar with maven, Hudson nor Sonar so I am planning to write a piece of software using all three of them. It may seem odd that something as
Recently in my futsal practices, my side was taking a beating. I had absolutely no clue why. On paper our team composition was better than our opponents. We had one substitute enabling us to keep up a huge tempo. There shouldn’t have been any obstacles for us, we should have won majority of the short
I just joined the Agile Skills Project which aims to create a baseline of the skills an Agile developer needs to have, including a shared vocabulary and understanding of fundamental practices. I encourage you all the at least skim the contents of the project since in order to succeed with Agile you need to have