It is almost an year now since I quit my job. It was an exciting year of owning my own business. The transition from thinking like an employee to a business owner was tougher than I thought. I had always known that I will start my business. Once you are in this side of the… Continue reading After a year of Entrepreneurship
Documenting is a skill which very scares in a developer. Although even if one is good at it, won’t enjoy doing it as contrast to coding. So in order to solve this hurdle, I have a 5 point strategy to ease the documentation activity: Don’t treat documenting as second citizen. Check for correcting grammar and… Continue reading Why developer takes longer time to write a document
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 680 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 11 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the… Continue reading My 2014 Blogging review
Some time last year I had decide to complete around 333 blog post before June 2014 (read the old post here). I managed to complete 83. It at least helped me to like writing posts, reading many articles, asking tough questions to seniors. But as I was rushing to get the target, I had discussed my idea… Continue reading 10 years in Information technology!
I recently dropped an email to my network. My Dear Network, If you are having a TGIF, here is an summary of a good book I recently listened name “The Startup of You” @ http://www.thestartupofyou.com/wp-content/themes/startupofyoutheme2012/img/TheStart-UpofYou-ExecutiveSummary.pdf Here are few reasons why I insist you (the individual and the team) to go through this 8 page summary:… Continue reading Gift : Networking and Collabration
We have abundance of information to write a right software, starting from great books, online learning, developer’s documentation, stack overflow, team mates, well know practices and many more. Learning a right way consist of unlearning wrong way. This will be the toughest challenge in hand. But with true inspiration and determination it can be archived.… Continue reading Abundance is the new norm
There was a post by Dave Thomas (for those who don’t know him he is one of the first 17 signatory in Agile Manifesto) “Agile is dead, long live agility“. There was a another post with difference of opinion by Kevin “Pragdave is wrong. And his advice is harmful“. Out of excitement I tweeted to… Continue reading Talk on post “Agile is dead, long live agility.”
When I posted Share Blog! one of my friend Hiral Mistry (now Hiral Shetge) gave me an idea to write on How can we use Agile Software Development techniques to achieve some of the life’s small and big goals and tasks? Her idea was How to break goals into milestone and achieving it? It may sound more… Continue reading Sprint your life too
I recently started a blog to collect the ideas of my mind, it will share my experience, work as a reference, act as my thoughts archives for future, and getting involved in community. Thus more people reading my blog will make the efforts productive. Before going that much further the blog must be decently user… Continue reading Share Blog!
On 11th January 2014, I thought of a kind of debt we keep living with through out the life which is work. I thought of coining it as “Working Debt”. I tweeted it when it was fresh in my mind @ twitter #WorkingDebt When you don’t follow clean code, design principles, adaptive practice & leadership get… Continue reading Working Debt