Tag Archives: software

Don’t Just Fit Into The Gears

By | February 5, 2014

Most of jobs in our modern world come with a job definition; a list of tasks that is expected from the candidate to accomplish during his/her occupation of that role. Very convenient approach; setting expectations for both parties. A convenient approach indeed, but extremely dangerous as well! what is dangerous is NOT the job definition,… Read More »

Complicated Software? Or Solving Everything At Once? Message To Product Owners

By | November 22, 2013

  As software developers, we happen to come across many business problems with various complexity levels. Although this complexity depends on the nature of the domain sometimes, what I have noticed that product owners add a lot to this complexity themselves without a need! For once, software developers are innocent here; the product owner, the… Read More »

Software gadgets

By | September 8, 2008

In the early days when the Internet was Blog-free, my machine was light and clean, it was barely Visual Sutdio, SQL Server Express (then it was called MSDE) , Office, MSN and IIS. I always believed in the light clean machine, no goofy software around. Then Blogs started to appear, and more interesting blogs had… Read More »