This collection of the blog is about the less technical stuff related to the work I do. You'll find less in the way of code fragments and geeky pedantry and more opinions about professional software development and IT related subjects.
In an ideal environment you're either already be using agile dev practices, or have enough support across the project team that trying it is considered a good thing. This post is about when we don't have that kind of environment.
A rather long and rambling post about various things that are likely to cause headaches when dealing with the world outside your own country. More accurately, things that have caused me headaches in the past, so others can learn from my pain.
A slightly ranty talk about why language picker widgets should not include country flags as prettifying icons
There are various important things to bear in mind with permanent remote working. There are also many little things that weren't obvious to me initially, that I thought I'd share just for interest.
Code reviews are a good idea for many reasons. They encourage people to share their opinions on how code should look at its prettiest and also what they like to see when they're called in to look at the ashes of a dead production app.
These are my opinions on reviewing code with a view to swearing as little as possible if I have to see it again when stressed.