In the previous post, you could learn why visibility is extremely important in IT. If you’re still missing ideas on how to achieve better visibility, read this post. I present you 9 concepts of how you can increase visibility in a typical programming project.Continue reading
Have you wondered how to effectively communicate in IT?
Make it visible. Extremely visible.Continue reading
Professional, technical communication is one of my soft spots in software development. It’s useful in situations like code review, status update, standups, meetings, backlog refinement…
Check this post if you’re looking for tips on how to improve your everyday communication.
Check out also part 1 – 10 communication quick wins for developers.Continue reading
My recent discovery about learning.
So, the reviewer made some comments on a code review and what? Is it clear to your team what happens afterward?
I might be the only developer in my company enjoying code reviews (from both sides, actually). On reflection, the main reason for that is that they make a great opportunity to learn something new. Which is cool, even if it’s someone else’s point of view on programming.
People are so excited about working remotely.
My experience is 4 month of working remotely on daily basis a few years ago, plus an occasional home office for the last 2 years. It’s enough to realize that it’s not my thing. At least when speaking about working from home, which doesn’t exhaust the possibilities.