When you assume…

On every project, there are things you know and things you don’t know. When it comes to the difficulty of the unknowns, you can make progress only thanks to assumptions. Without assumptions, you’d never get anything done because you’d be frantically proving everything before you’d move on. However, when they end up being false, they can affect your project outcome significantly.

How to C.A.R.E about software projects?

We, software developers, tend to have some bias towards cutting edge technologies and, in a perfect world, we’d only use them. It’s efficiency driven so that’s great but sometimes we forget that the code we write is written first to benefit the human and only second for a computer to understand. And that’s why we

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