And I helped.
(spoiler: it worked)
Finally, a promising PHP7 framework that doesn’t try to be YAML or C#
(IDE auto-complete > magic syntax)
Doing Scrum, or Pretending to Do Scrum? Scrum’s relentless reality checks expose dysfunctional constraints in individuals, teams, and organizations. Many people claiming to do Scrum modify the parts that require breaking through organizational impediments and end up robbing themselves of most of the benefits.
Is Zappos pivoting their business model to certification, training and accreditation?
We want to work in an ecosystem that empowers developers to reach their potential–one that encourages growth and effective collaboration. A space that is safe for all.
A space such as this benefits everyone that participates in it. It encourages new developers to enter our field. It is through discussion and collaboration that we grow, and through growth that we improve.
In the effort to create such a place, we hold to these values:
“Shut up, Windows 10” is a free must-have tool to protect your privacy. Every listed setting can be clicked to reveal a full description of what toggling it on/off implies. The actions menu has an easy to use recommended defaults.
“The way to make a million dollars is to start a
religionsoftware development methodology.”
What does it mean to be a SCRUM disciple when you are a lone freelancer working remotely? For me it means the knowledge you retain by practising SCRUM in an Agile work environment fades.
Doing these open exams once-in-a-while helps jog my memory:
…bet you can’t beat my scores!
Hackerfarm is a place is located in rural Japan, about two hours east of Tokyo on the Boso peninsula. It’s a cluster of buildings, a lot of shared tools, and a beautiful country setting […] a collection of Japanese and foreign tech hackers who’ve escaped from city life. We’re working together on projects, making life richer for ourselves and for the community who have adopted us. »
A template to aspire to:
Mr. Shinya Ohminami, Chairman of Kamiyama’s Green Valley NPO, and his friends in Kamiyama started the “Kamiyama Artist in Residence” program to invite several artists to stay and pursue their work from Kamiyama. That was the first step, and from there followed new actions and initiatives based on their unique philosophy of “Creative Depopulation.”