HTSMP Automation – save your valuable time

This post is a part of How To Ship Maintainable Product series Saving time is crucial, especially on repeatable (and often boring) tasks. Performing tasks manually comes with extra time consumption, human errors, job satisfaction decrease, need for remembering task steps and many others… Those were the main reasons for… Read more »

KataCoda

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For last few weeks I have been learning docker. The start with new technologies was, as usual, easy for the basics and fairly difficult for the more advanced stuff. On some stage I found KataCoda. The service motto is: Learn new technologies using real environments right in your browser. KataCoda… Read more »

Geek Week Wro #4

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Intro GeekWeekWro will take place also this year! For those who don’t know what is GeekWeekWro (GWW) let me explain it quickly. GWW is an event happening during a couple of days in Wroclaw (spoiler: this time 2 weeks). During that time local IT-related groups have their meetups in various… Read more »

Seven Personality Types of Software Developer – revisited

Seven Personality Types of Software Developer – version 1.2 I had the opportunity to give the presentation Seven Personality Types of Software Developer twice so far. The presentation is based on my previous post. First of all, the session was surprisingly very interesting for developers. Despite its soft nature I… Read more »

HTSMP – Tooling

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This post is a part of How To Ship Maintainable Product series Tools are a substantial part of building software. Wisely chosen help to reduce development time. The product quality improves as well. Nowadays software is so complex, that it is impossible to build something from scratch. Teams need to… Read more »

HTSMP – People

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This post is a part of How To Ship Maintainable Product series Problem with the people Almost every software product is built by humans. A small amount is generated. Humans are the most unpredictable factor – we are like that by definition. To build a maintainable product we should isolate… Read more »