Some people say we need to get out of our comfort zone. I want to amplify mine.
Are you in? This is not a test.
One of the things I like to say to people learning about software development is that they should be reading more. You need to practice, you need to write code, but don’t forget to read code. That isn’t different if you are becoming a writer… you should read more. Reading makes you reason about whatContinue a ler “Teaching is ok, mentoring will get you close to real life practice”
I’m trying more and more to enjoy the “silence” (can be with music, but it’s pure focus using continuous time). I’m using less social networks and moving my energy to work on my projects or doing nothing.
I can’t understand why some people think they have the right to use fear to “lead” people in 2021.
This is not a choice. This is not a test. This is real life. You have to show up.
Every time I do something, I try to do less than I did before.
When we are building new software or even a new feature, we are looking for ways to engage customers. We want to create traction, not friction. We start (actually it’s a lifetime job) by finding a value proposition to a specific customer segment. At the same time, we want to find ways to bring thoseContinue a ler “Paper prototyping”
It’s all about the management. Actually, it’s all about how you manage management. 🙂
This can be tricky, but it’s quite easy to start. Setup: Imagine today is exactly one year from now. Add some categories, like areas of your company or team. You can use note colors to define categories. You can split the timeline into something usual to you, like quarters. You can add high (+) /Continue a ler “Futurespective. Or how can you see the future inside your head.”