In discussions with non-tech managers, buzzwords often mask understanding. My view: use tech pragmatically, focusing on proven tools. Innovation matters, but clarity and long-term stability are key. Managers should demystify tech jargon and ensure meaningful application.
Evolving language in tech is not just about changing terms; it's about empathy, inclusiveness, and understanding the impact of our words.
Discover the Fediverse, a decentralized social network challenging Facebook and Twitter. Built on ActivityPub, it offers independent content and diverse interaction. Choose an app and server to join, explore facets, customize, and contribute to its open-source future.
A company should have a vision, but a product should also have one. A product vision may sound like something large corporates work on. It may sound like a waste of time. However, a good product vision helps your team make the right choices while building your product.
Have trouble documenting your infrastructure? Infrastructure as code might be the solution you are looking for.
Where is your documentation kept? Is it one tool that everyone has access to? Here's why you should consolidate your documentation.
Do you have an employee handbook? Are senior people required to spend hours answering questions of colleagues? Here's how documentation can help.
Have a small team that likes to move fast and break things? You are writing tickets. Right?
Should you start from scratch or invest time to refactor your application? * The concepts explained: software rewrite, starting from scratch, and refactoring * When should you create software from scratch? * Making the decision: How to decide to rewrite or refactor? * How to get started with refactoring? Software rewrite vs. starting from...