Reviewing code (PRs) is not an easy task, so in this post I will share tips and tricks on how your code reviews can better contribute to code quality, be more effective and increase team morale by following a structured and organized process. Let’s jump in! Continue reading Cooking Effective Code Reviews.
As our product evolves, there is the need to adopt a common vocabulary, interpreted by all the moving parts of our organization: business users, analysts, managers, engineers, etc. A technique like BDD and the Gherkin language can help us to achieve this goal. Continue reading Writing First-Class Features: BDD and Gherkin.
Postmortems are a valuable tool for learning out of mistakes. They provide useful conclusions and should be included in retrospectives for further discussion in order to not fall into the same trap again. Continue reading Learn out of mistakes: Postmortems to the rescue!
Even though technical skills are a very positive thing, other qualifications are really more important, features like respect, honesty or humility are required not only to become a better person but also to create culture around your organization based on human values. Continue reading It is about Philosophy... Organization's Culture and the Power of Humanity.