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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.

How to zoom scroll Mac

My buddy Dan showed me this cool trick for two finger zooming on the mac. Open Accessibility in Preferences and select Zoom, then Use scroll gesture with modifier. Now when you see something you want to zoom into on the screen, hold down control, x2 finger swipe up, and move the mouse around and you […]

JR
7 December 2018

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Perceived Barriers to Trunk Based Development

A friend of mine has recently started work at a new company. She asked me if I’d answer a few questions from their dev team, so here is the second… Q: “Currently at MarketInvoice we use short-lived feature branches that … Continue reading

davef
26 November 2018

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Migrating Blog From Ghost to Jekyll

I just finished migrating this blog from Ghost to Jekyll.

Paul
25 November 2018

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Vim Function for GitHub Links

Update (1/31/2018): I extracted this code to a vim plugin and made a few improvements to it: https://github.com/pgr0ss/vim-github-url

Paul
5 January 2018

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Lean Coffee (ou beer :P)

O que é? Uma forma de engajar sua comunidade. Um estilo de conversa para direcionar discussões conforme os interesses das pessoas. Quando estamos em comunidades de prática temos uma série de possibilidades de unir e atuar com a nossa comunidade. E o LeanCoffee pode ser uma excelente oportunidade de fazer isso. Pode ser Lean Beer … Continue a ler Lean Coffee (ou beer :P)

dwildt
22 November 2018

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Pair Programming for Introverts

A friend of mine has recently started work at a new company. She asked me if I’d answer a few questions from their dev team, so here is the first in a short series of their questions and my answers… … Continue reading

davef
22 November 2018

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Books I’m Giving For Christmas – 2018

Can you believe it’s that time already?  It seems like yesterday I was writing the 2017 version of this post (we still have all of those books by the way).  As ever, I’ve gotten a little excited with my book-buying and it’s not even mid-November yet. However, I haven’t bought a single other Christmas-related thing […]

The post Books I’m Giving For Christmas – 2018 appeared first on Pamela Ueckerman.

pamela
11 November 2018

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Trouble Installing Link Conditioner

With the latest Mojave upgrade, Link Conditioner wasn’t installing correctly. You would follow instructions that would normally work like this https://nshipster.com/network-link-conditioner/ Only do have it disappear in the System Preferences after using it once. My buddy Dan showed me the fix. First remove the link conditioner from your personally library preference pane like this Then […]

JR
31 October 2018

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Protegido: Treinamento FLUXO, VALOR E CONSCIÊNCIA.

Não existe excerto porque se trata de um artigo protegido.

dwildt
31 October 2018

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The more things change, the more they stay the same.

I’ve allowed myself to wrestle with a number of half finished posts for a while. Today the news has me so overcome with sadness that I have no choice but to post something. Earlier today, an anti-Semitic terrorist burst into a Pittsburgh synagogue and shouted “death to all Jews” before gunning 10 people down, all… Continue reading The more things change, the more they stay the same.

The post The more things change, the more they stay the same. appeared first on Adam Monago.

Adam Monago
28 October 2018

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User Adoption Podcast

The User Adoption Podcast provides interviews about improving user adoption.

The post User Adoption Podcast appeared first on Jeff Patton & Associates.

Jeff Patton
11 September 2018

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User Adoption Podcast

The User Adoption Podcast provides interviews about improving user adoption.

The post User Adoption Podcast appeared first on Jeff Patton & Associates.

Jeff Patton
11 September 2018

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How to find large files

du will show file size by dir find will show all files over a certain size Advertisements

JR
23 October 2018

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How to serve up files locally from your Mac via a webserver

Colleague Dan showed me this neat trick for serving up local files in your Android device as a way of getting access to self-signed certs. Advertisements

JR
23 October 2018

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How to add UI Automation test to existing Xcode project

Create a new project. Add a new target by hitting the ‘+’ sign near the bottom. Add iOS UI Testing Bundle Edit your scheme Confirm at testing bundle was added Open up your test And insert a break point Run your test. Hit record and Xcode will record your application press. Add accessibility to your […]

JR
18 October 2018

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Conway's Observation

Melvin Conway doesn’t intend his observation on dev teams (and the applications/services they build) to be advice or a call to action. Instead he thinks of it as an observation. In his own write-up (that is very much worth reading), he notes that Conway’s “Law” wasn’t even his coin. It has really irritated me that software development organizations teams are choosing to shard their development because they think it is advice, instead of finding ways to not do so shard dev teams.

Dan Woods on Forbes.com (“How Platforms Are Neutralizing Conway’s Law”) gives a good write-up of Joshua McKenty’s…

Paul Hammant's blog
7 October 2018

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Melvin Conway didn’t intend his observation on dev teams and applications/services they build to be advice or a call to action. He notes in his own writeup that “Conway’s Law” wasn’t even his coin. It has really irritated me that software development organizations teams are choosing to shard their development because they think it is advisory rather than find ways to not do so.

Dan Woods on Forbes.com (“How Platforms Are Neutralizing Conway’s Law”) gives a good writeup of Joshua McKenty’s great Conway’s observation related presentation and how he thinks differently on teams and whatnot these days. It was at…

Paul Hammant's blog
7 October 2018

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Designing Event Driven Systems – Summary of Arguments

This post provides a terse summary of the high-level arguments addressed in my book. Why Change is Needed Technology has changed: Partitioned/Replayable logs provide previously unattainable levels of throughput (up to Terabit/s), storage (up to PB) and high availability. Stateful Stream Processors include a rich suite of utilities for handling Streams, Tables, Joins, Buffering of late events (important […]

The post Designing Event Driven Systems – Summary of Arguments appeared first on ben stopford.

ben
4 October 2018

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Qual é o seu limite?

Qual a nossa capacidade de dizer não? Qual a nossa autonomia para resolver/melhorar assuntos que nos incomodam? Quando algo de errado acontece, qual a sua reação? Fiz uma apresentação na Arena uMov.me dia 14/set sobre este assunto. O mapa mental é este: Mapa Mental: Qual é o seu limite? Links relacionados a palestra: BRAVING: https://blog.danielwildt.com/2017/04/15/sobre-certezas/ … Continue a ler Qual é o seu limite?

dwildt
21 September 2018

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Para lembrar e ter consciência

Máscaras de oxigênio é a metáfora que uso para indicar que primeiro eu, depois os outros. Não é egoísmo. É cuidado. Para estar bem e ajudar os outros, primeiro eu, depois os outros. Assim estarei, quando estiver, dedicado em ajudar/apoiar outras pessoas. O que mais tenho pra praticar e ter consciência nos próximos meses? Coragem … Continue a ler Para lembrar e ter consciência

dwildt
18 September 2018

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