Tech debt is like a bad hangover: you party like it’s 1999 for a night and then you pay the piper the entire next day
Many product managers have two recurring nightmares. The first is that the coffee in the break room is decaf. The second is being stopped in
One of the great debates among programmers is whether a company should write and maintain all their code in the same language. (Another great debate
Here is the good news for all the non-technical founders and leaders out there: not every software startup needs a Chief Technology Officer from day
If you are like most non-techies, you’ve probably sat in a product meeting and frantically googled “DevOps” under the table when the subject came up.
If you are like most non-technical folks, “refactoring” usually comes up in product meetings and you nod your head in agreement but aren’t completely sure
Hiring great software developers is tough enough as it is, but many people make it even harder by interviewing a potential candidate in the same
(and other ways to fail upwards…) The great thing about failing a lot is that you can re-position it as “deep experience” and move