The speed of software development depends on the quality and quickness of solid feedback.
The quicker the team gets solid feedback on where they're going, the quicker they get done, and the better the product becomes. Once you start thinking about this, you will notice how this is an underlying goal, behind many software practices and methodologies. This blog is about software engineering and how to improve software by focusing on better feedback.
- You dont need to see my nulls
- Why program in a text editor
- Refactoring your versioning history
- Three programming language execution models
- Practicing code kata's with code constraints
- Static considered harmful
- Pull requests are a best practice
- TDD is just a feedback technique
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