Декември. Късна есен. Студ… Работейки на пешеходно разстояние от вкъщи, отивам пеша на работа. С излизането от входа усещам добре познатото ухание на изгорели въглища и дърва… “Ок”, мисля си, “студено е, хората имат нужда да се топлят…” Стигайки до офиса след само 10 минути ходене, минавайки покрай стотици коли висящи в задръстване, проклинам всички богове, за глупавото си решение да не си остана вкъщи и да работя от там. …
At the end of the year, companies usually tend to go over the last twelve months and evaluate their decisions and performance. Naturally, as a young company, we have a lot to go over.
Mistakes were made.
Lessons have been learned.
Milestones were reached.
We went through a lot, and there is a lot more to come.
“Plans go to hell as soon as the first shot is fired.” — Lee Child
I recently read a blog post by a fellow software developer who captured the state of the modern day software development standards and inadequacies. He managed to describe the grotesque way that software products have become Frankenstein’s monsters of all the Frankensteins that have written them. It really stuck with me and I started thinking of the reasons why things are the way they are. If you are interested in the original post, you can find it here: http://tonsky.me/blog/disenchantment/
Onto the topic at hand.
I have worked on a lot of different projects and all of them have a lot…
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