Amazon’s “two-pizza teams”: The ultimate divisional organization Amazon’s “two-pizza teams” are well-known; they’ve been written about in Fast Company and the WSJ. But almost everyone misses the point. They aren’t about team size—they’re about autonomy and accountability. I have seen so many people, conferences, articles talking about this topic but never seen a better explanationContinue reading “It is not the size, it is the autonomy…”
Yet another great article and I have to admit I have been working in feature teams a lot in my career… Product vs. Feature Teams | Silicon Valley Product Group — Read on svpg.com/product-vs-feature-teams/
I think I have always struggled the necessity and this thread is golden answer for this… twitter.com/andrewchen/status/1168249691919638529
I think I have seen and even written these 6 lines of codes in one way or another. However, this talk gives a great deal of how to organise a solution with a business language such that non-technical people can understand and suggest/agree on a potential solution.
You know, because digital information can take 2 days to travel from server A to server B I think this is really an eye opening case. Business deal with data and possibly storing and using Public Cloud Providers, they should change the mentality of how they server to their customers. I know that eventual consistencyContinue reading “A Good Story of a Web Developer Publishing to Native World”
I think with the popularity of microservices, this issue has become a more prominent discussion at code reviews, design meetings etc. There are obvious places like Contracts to be the best abstraction and even distributed in a private package manager feed so that you avoid duplication and don’t repeat yourself. However, as mentioned in theContinue reading “Tight Coupling Made Easy In Microservices”
I think the idea of text based only emails getting a seat on the table and even looking a good long term investment for Privacy! Once we allowed email clients to act as de facto web browsers, loading remote content from servers when messages are viewed, we opened up not just a can of wormsContinue reading “Email Privacy”