It seemed like a good idea in 2001, it wasn’t. It’s an anti-pattern for stability.
We can usually handle more work, with the people we already have.
Automation is not about doing things faster, it’s about shortening feedback loops.
The solution is the easy part, understanding your problem is hard.
Communities of Practice change an organization, not a silo
On the path to take companies to the next level, deploy internal conferences to do the same for engineering
Good leaders enable engineers to feel pride in their work to deliver differentiating results
Feelings are an important part of engineering. But they don’t replace automated tests.