I liked this article, a bit long but quite informative, maybe a bit contentious in some parts but largely agreeable. I found especially all the considerations related to ARM vs Intel and the impact of GCs on the mobile quite interesting.
Short answer: no, but there's good in this post. :) I worked in a team where we had mandatory 100% pair programming for code that ended in production => the team wanted to grasp pair programming really well, even with one team member working remotely 50% of the time (we more or less pioneered remote pair programming in the early 2000s). This means th […]
Nice way to start thinking/adopting Kanban. I've seen many teams practicing XP/Agile following many of these ideas. What is particularly nice and distinctive about Kanban IMO is that flow is made explicit and it's one major differentiator compared with other agile methods.