This is the third post on a series of 5 about the improvement kata. If you haven’t read the beginning of the story, I recommend you start from part 1.
In my previous post, I described the productivity issue our team was facing. How retrospectives did not work, and how I started looking at the improvement ka...
If you are serious about continuous improvement, you should learn the improvement kata.
Here is the main feedback I got about my previous post eXtreme eXtreme Programming.
What would XP look like if it was invented today ?
Do you remember how people who are not used to the phone tend to shout in it, for the message to get far ? Read on and I’ll explain how this silly habit will...
Don’t worry if your unit tests go to the DB, that might not be so bad.
We write tons of legacy code everyday. Experienced developers understand that legacy code is not something special. Legacy code is our daily bread and butter.