To become a software crafter…Or die in the attempt.

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We’re all Domain Driven

We’re all Domain Driven

Believe it nor not, one of the main reasons why software exists is to help companies to make money. These companies earn money because they have a business. Usually they sell something to customers, in order to solve a problem for them. A software developer that doesn’t care about the […]

The Road Less Traveled

The Road Less Traveled

“Confronting and solving problems is a painful process which most of us attempt to avoid. And the very avoidance results in greater pain and inability to grow both mentally and spiritually”. Does it remember you something? Root cause analysis, Domain Driven Design and so many practices in IT are about […]

I did often fail

I did often fail

I like to read technical blogs. I do it daily since a few years now, and I really enjoy the way in which this community is sharing in order to improve. I would argue that it’s an efficient way to raise the bar of the software industry. There is one […]

How do you teach DDD?

How do you teach DDD?

The more I work using Domain Driven Design in my daily job, the more I face how hard it is to teach. What’s the matter here? Why is DDD so often misunderstood? Of course, we can just consider that it’s a complex thing, hence requiring lots of knowledge and practices […]

Remote

Remote

This book is the second-best seller by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson. I’ve already commented the first one. It was basically one of the most pleasant reading experience I had so far, in terms of presentation. Knowing that they have written a book about remote working, I had it […]

Breaking people

Breaking people

An interesting discussion including  Yannick Grenzinger, Romeu Moura and Daniel Gonçalves has recently happened on Twitter. Thanks mates for the respectful and enlightening exchange. It started from this: The first objection was from Yannick Grenzinger: Which, as  Daniel Gonçalves noticed, resonates a lot with an older tweet from Nicole Rauch: I […]