Recommended Readings Society HBR: Want to Build Resilience? Kill the Complexity – a highly interesting, thought provoking article relevant both to technology in particular and the society in general; f.ex.: more security features are bad for they make us behave less safely (risk compensation) and are more fragile w.r.t. unexpected events. “Complexity is a clearContinue reading “Most interesting links of December ’13”
This month focuses on languages and approaches (reactive programming, F#, Erlang, FP talks etc.), agile (need for speed, recommended books), Clojure/Linux/cloud tools and libs. Recommended Readings Development, agile The Need For Speed – the top 10 reasons for fast development flow (with time to market being one of the less important) – more learning, focusContinue reading “Most interesting links of July ’13”
Setting up the new Google Universal Analytics (still in beta) is not completely obvious. You normally won’t be able to send events from localhost and it will claim that “Tracking Not Installed.” Here are some tips how to use Analytics from localhost and test it.
Recommended Readings Agile, process, SW dev, people etc. Real Options—a Mindset – an intro into the Real Options approach, which has been quite a hot topic and a transformational way of thinking for a number of inspiring people (Dan North, Liz Keogh etc.). “Real Options help us to better make decisions and commitments with three simpleContinue reading “Most interesting links of June ’13”