The books arrived at my house a couple of weeks ago, but I missed them as I was on the road.
Lots of our people have lots of opinions. Here are just a few of them
ThoughtWorks embraces the individuality of the people in the organization and hence the opinions expressed in the blogs may contradict each other and also may not represent the opinions of ThoughtWorks.
At the start of my career I worked with fairly dumb terminals and mainframes. Programs were natively compiled but resources were limited and shared with the other users of the system. Shared computing power meant that we favored languages that were efficient typically compiling to binaries.
As personal computers made their appearance developers and users had much more computing power at their disposal. That power was reflected in the servers that powered the early internet. With the increase in computing power both memory and CPU meant that less efficient but more effective runtimes could be supported. Java, .NET, Ruby all…
O que: Oportunidade única! Palestra* + novo livro do Paulo Caroli Quando: Quarta, dia 12/12, às 19:00 hs Onde: no TECNOPUC em Porto Alegre, na Sala 101 – Auditório Bill Hewlett – David Packard P.97A Por que: para confraternizar, para fazer networking, para receber o livro, para assistir uma excelente palestra. Confirme a sua presença […]
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That six month experiment with Agile practices yielded off-the-charts results in time-to-market with quality, as well as sponsor and user satisfaction. It cost a lot, but everybody is smitten, and word has gone round the company. Everyone wants to know: what was different? Well, everything: automated build pipelines, stories, stand-ups, showcases, spikes, desk checks, you name it. Ok, great. Let's make sure everybody in the organization is doing those things everywhere, all the time.
That "Agile pilot" was a deliberate investment in the formation of behaviors designed to yield local (that is, team-level) optimization. Sustained, intense concentration on collaboration among…
Wow! Ya han pasado más de 20 años desde que se publicó la primera edición del libro Refactoring, de Martin Fowler. Martin tuvo mucho trabajo en los últimos años actualizando el libro (segunda edición), que acaba de salir del horno! Como el sitio de Martin anuncia: “Ahora usted puede pedir la segunda edición de […]
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Uau! Já se passaram mais de 20 anos desde que a primeira edição do livro Refactoring, do Martin Fowler foi publicado. O Martin teve um trabalhão nos últimos anos atualizando o livro (segunda edição), que acabou de sair do forno! Como o site de Martin anuncia: “Agora você pode encomendar a segunda edição do Refactoring […]
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Eu tive a honra e o privilégio de palestrar e participar de mais uma excelente HSM Expo. Conheci muita gente boa e assisti ótimas palestras. Seguem as top 5 palestras que assisti: 1. Transformação do Magazine Luiza por Luiza Helena Trajano e Frederico Trajano Mãe e filho, respectivamente, Luiza Helena Trajano, presidente do Conselho de […]
Another great and important question about Lean Inception, Scrum and Agile cascade., by Guino Henostroza Question: Many Scrum people criticize things like inceptions or sprint 0 because they say that it is kind of or a lag from waterfall times. They say that all work (including architecture, infrastructure) should be done into a sprint. Maybe […]
O que: Oportunidade única! Palestra* + novo livro do Paulo Caroli Quando: Quarta, dia 5/12, às 19 hs Onde: na Thoughtworks São Paulo, na Avenida Paulista, 2300 Por que: para confraternizar, para fazer networking, para receber o livro, para assistir uma excelente palestra. Confirme a sua presença AQUI. Não vou ao evento, mas quero […]
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I finally got around to reading “Brain Rules for Aging Well: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School” by John Medina. I’m really pleased I did. Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School I found the book extremely easy to read. The book summarises the […]
The best thing about helping with your kid´s homework is that you learn old tricks again. I came across the OREO paragraphs for opinion writing and decided to give it a try. O=Opinion: state your opinion. R=Reason: give your reason. E=Examples; give specific examples. O=Opinion: state your opinion again. In my opinion organizations should validate […]
I heard from my editor at Pearson that copies of books pre-ordered on informit.com are now shipping. Pearson is also sending books to Amazon. Although Amazon still shows a Dec 31 availability date, they usually update that once they get stock in their distribution centers.
The ebooks will be available soon on informit, possibly as early as Friday. Kindle editions on Amazon usually show up a week or so later.