From the Armchair

The distance trap “That sounds like something an automated test should have caught.” “If you cannot catch a basic bug like this, then what the hell is QA doing?” “If you would just add step X to your process, you wouldn’t have this issue.” Distance simplifies things. On the abstract, everything is easy; when you getContinue reading “From the Armchair”

Getting value out of “I quit!”

Artist rendering of reality Contrary to popular belief, management isn’t all roses. At the top of my list of least favorite parts is people quitting on me. That’s right, this does happen. Luckily not a lot, but given enough time and scale, this will happen to every manager at some point. This is tough, because, IContinue reading “Getting value out of “I quit!””