This is the best software rewrite article I’ve ever read. I knew about all the stories & blog posts they reference, but the lens this author uses + the lessons he pulls out are amazing.Continue reading “Article Review: Lessons From 6 Software Rewrite Stories”
Flow Metrics Book Review
I read a non-fiction book. I never read whole non-fiction books, usually skim the “good parts”, ignore the rest, then tell everyone the book rocks. Unclear why I powered through this one.
It’s called Flow Metrics, it’s free. It + some associated blog posts answered a lot of questions I had around the factions of “story points are trash”, Agile No Estimates, and No Sprints. Eric Fahsl told me about the no estimates crowd in 2015, but for whatever reason I couldn’t find anything on Google/Twitter back then. It also made me feel better that I didn’t waste my time in the early 2,000’s reading all I could about Agile/software project planning.
There were 6 big takeaways.Continue reading “Flow Metrics Book Review”
Context: “If you run Math.random enough between 1 & 6, you’re most likely to get 3.5”.
Uses Elm Charts (horribly, sorry, I didn’t spend time styling it)
Dutch Government’s DigiD iOS App Code Snippet
There was a tweet going around Twitter, I’ve copied the text & link from image below:
The Dutch government was forced to release the source code of their DigiD digital authentication iOS app. It is written in C#.https://twitter.com/JeroenFrijters/status/1615204074588180481