During my first year in graduate school, I had an epiphany about mathematics that changed my whole perspective about the field.
Looking to optimize your development pipeline? Having as much information as possible before you start developing could save you an entire iteration.
Code is the primary (but not the only) form of documentation. But like any documentation it can be clear or gibberish, programmers need to value clarity and learn how to achieve it.
Here’s a story of a team that had a serious problem which it didn’t recognize at first. The program manager and agile coach who saw the problem decided not to intervene. They provided space to the team to fail, learn from its mistake, and take action. The story shows that sometimes doing nothing can be the best thing that you can do to implement lasting change in organizations.
When you create a painting, you start with an inspiration and sketch it on paper. You then prepare your oils, brushes, and canvas, and you refine the painting until it’s just right. I follow a similar process with generative art.