Rauser on the Web
Do formal proofs have a place in software? Not likely – they do not fit into our systems of software engineering.
Two of my favourite books show us the yin and yang of success – the individual and the team. Dan Pink’s Drive describes three key areas of motivation and personal growth: Autonomy: The desire to be self-directed Mastery: The urge to get better skills Purpose: The need to work with meaning Meanwhile, in David Marquet’s Turn the ShipContinue reading “Collaboration Calculus”
Lean makes a big deal about looking for waste, but does that make sense? Let’s talk about things that add value
Synthetic Management is the use of empirical and experience-based management practices to support synthetic work
Interpreting what it means to be Synthetic
Originally published at InfoQ
I threw this site together because I write about a lot of different things and want to place to put them. There’s really two motivations: Goal #1: stay motivated to write. If I just write in in a notebook, I don’t get the feeling of finishing anything. All the stuff in my notebook is “inContinue reading “Hello World”
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