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The Craziness of Code

Every once in a while I find a fun post that makes fun of programming. I think because the author is struggling with some piece of code, they write about the craziness of software development, often with an analogy that … Continue reading

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Scripting Makes Mistakes Easier Than Ever

A number of you likely use Atlassian products like Jira, Confluence, Opsgenie, or something else. You might have been affected by a large outage they had (post incident blog, Company Q&A, TechRepublic report) recently which lasted at least 9 days. … Continue reading

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The Backlog

Software development is complex these days. Maybe it’s always been complex, but the shorter timelines and greater vision of what is currently happening in development teams mean that we can see a lot is going on at any particular time. … Continue reading

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The Right to Repair

I’m a do-it-yourself (DIY) person in many ways. I work on equipment on the ranch, repair or improve things in the house, and often tackle electrical or mechanical tasks. I’ve replaced hydraulic hoses, changed oil, replaced brakes, changed outlets, wired … Continue reading

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