Tag Archives: software craftsmanship

We are crowd, we are anonymous

WARNING
This post is full of emotions, strong words, my own opinions. It is far from being politically correct in any dimension. If you know me, you know what I mean. You read this post on your own responsibility.
I struggled since Friday two weeks ago to actually get it in shape and post it. I have compressed a year long of frustrations and anger.
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Friday, finally. When I was leaving office I was filled with anger, disappointment and this weird feeling of lost hope and faith in humanity. I am coder, by heart, and by accident I work with people.

On the way back home I was thinking about this post as a way for me to deal with all my frustration, being mainly driven by my interactions with other people. As I was passing tram stops I finally realized that there is something different which is a reason of my bad mood and what a surprise, the reason is different then I thought.

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Stop Refactoring!

WARNING
This post is not for people who take life too seriously, and not for people who know the answer to the ultimate question about meaning of life.
This post is not for people who don’t get Monty Python jokes, and not for people who do not get sarcasm, take everything personally, and who don’t share this vision,that life is just a ride.

I promised myself, that my next post will be about some nice framework, or some important architecture pattern or challenging technical problem,like reliable multicast or exclusive consumers, my little two daemons, my Moirai, my own personal road to hell.And again I have failed, failed to not get distracted by Twitter and blogs 🙂

So this post is my own take on “megasoftwarecraftsmanshipper”, strategic refactorization and somehow lously coupled with latest discussion between Uncle Bob and Ted Neward.
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