Category Archive: Learning

Jul 06 2016

Notes: trust, motivation, learning, culture

Do you like these notes? Give Blinkist a try (affiliate link). If you want to improve trust with your team you need to increase face to face communication. Building trust means doing and giving. Each of these will reward you with a feeling of purpose and human connection. I have a direct experience of this. I worked in teams …

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Jul 17 2015

Software Architecture – Triangle of Knowledge

I am currently watching the course Software Architecture Fundamentals Part 1 by Neal Ford, Mark Richards. I do really love the triangle they used to represent the status of your knowledge. The technical depth is the height of “stuff you know” while… The technical breath is the height of the “stuff you know you don’t know”. …

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Jul 05 2015

How often do you deliberately read code?

I am currently reading the book 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know and I come across again to the most obvious but less followed advice ever. You should read more code! I like reading technical books and this is not the first time I see this advice. Are you deliberately reading other people code? I …

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May 30 2014

My Personal Brand Survey Results (2014)

In the last few years, I read some books about personal branding and pretty much all of them highly recommend to take an anonymous 360 degrees surveys in order to understand how people perceive you. For this reason, I decided to give it a go and try. After a little bit of research I decided …

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