Retrospective meetings are held at the end of our three week sprint to reflect on what happened, and how we can improve for the next sprint. They play a crucial role in team development, and provide a great outlet for celebrating our successes and openly discussing failure.

There are many…

Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep…

Background

AWS Lambda functions that support Go were announced on Jan 15th, 2018. At the time of writing this blog there is very little information online around writing native Go-based AWS Lambda functions. This blog is for all of those who are looking for a simple guide to get started. …

Visual Studio Code for Windows was first released in April 2015 (Visual Studio vs Visual Studio Code). It was released a year later for the Mac. Many developers are always on the lookout for a lightweight yet fully featured IDE. …

Context

JIRA backlogs tend to get messy over time with hundreds of JIRA tickets that are great ideas but in many cases, there are either not enough resources or a lack of interest to complete these tickets.This …

This blog explains how to convert Trello boards into mind maps. Trello is great for managing lists and mind maps are awesome for brainstorming and looking at things from a “bird’s eye view”, which can work well when you have lots of lists.

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Do you want to live a powerful fulfilling life? If the answer is YES, just keep reading, it will take 5 minutes of your day, and may completely change the way you approach your work, and life in general.

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I was introduced to the weekly review process as part of…

1Password allows you to remember only one password across all of the services you use, while having a unique password for each service.

The “problem” with 1Password, is that you want the password you use to be secure, really secure, so your password for 1Password has to be super long…

Time tracking is painful, there is no way to sugarcoat it, so what do you do if you absolutely have to keep track of your time (for work related reasons for example)?

The way I approach it is by digitizing my time tracking and automate it wherever possible.

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There are many blogs and videos about the GTD (getting things done) process. This blog is not meant to explain the mechanics of GTD. A really good video about GTD can be found here. You can also read some of my other blogs on the subject (starting with this one

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