The problem with that is that each time something goes wrong and you add a process step, your processes get longer and longer, and slower and slower and you build up something I call ‘scar tissue-processes’. - Adrian Cockroft
Finished van Reybrouck's "Against Elections" in which he argues in favor of a combination of volunteering and lottery over elections to make democracy more democratic: https://app.thestorygraph.com/books/b18f5c4f-8e9e-477a-b831-f985961cdecf
I wonder if we'll see more of that with the discontent around how Covid-19 is handled.
Still at the very early stages of my Context of Agile project https://context-of-agile.org/ and I already found an article claiming to be published in 2012 that reproduces part of an article that claims to be published in 2015. If time machines were involved, I'm giving up.
Just started reading Johanna Rothman's third book of Modern Management Made Easy https://leanpub.com/manageorg and already found something that made me pauze and think: "extend flow efficiency to managers". Will stop reading for now to let that sink in.
Blogged: (clj 5) Loop and recur, into and conj - https://j19sch.github.io/blog/clojure/2020/clj5-loop-and-recur-into-and-conj/ #Clojure #learning
TFW when the result of your #AdventOfCode day 10 puzzle 2 Python script is your laptop fan going crazy for a minute, then the fan stopping and you seeing the output "Killed".
In software development it's rarely worth it to invest in a better plan - 'better' as in more details, more precision, more things listed. Chances are the effort you're willing to invest (and rightfully so) is a lot less than what would be needed to get the plan to that level.
Which is not to say you don't need a plan, but a plan should provide you with options, not commitments.
I have a (free) new book out! "How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism" is an anti-monopolist critique of Big Tech that connects the rise of conspiratorial thinking to the rise of tech monopolies and proposes a way to deal with both:
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