Monthly Archives: May 2015


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Wikipedia describes brainstorming as: a group or individual creativity technique by which efforts are made to find a conclusion for a specific problem by gathering a list of ideas spontaneously contributed by its member(s). In our common understanding it is usually a meeting during which we are trying to solve a problem […]

Effective brainstorming


Convention over configuration (or coding by convention) is one of the most important principles in modern development. We can find it in some form in almost every framework and tool. It states that instead of strictly configuring specific aspects of software we can use defined convention to achieve certain results. Rephrasing it, […]

Convention over configuration






Gravitation (or gravity) is one of my favorite words to describe the reality. In my opinion, we can find it in almost every activity performed by human beings. Before explaining exactly what I mean, let’s look at how Wikipedia describes this phenomenon: Gravity (or gravitation) is a natural phenomenon by which all […]

Only gravitation matters


Review activity is an important part of most of our professional work. It is visible in small chunks of work, for example, code, documentation or whatever has been produced reviews. It is also present within project structure, quite often on different project levels. Scrum methodology has its sprint review and sprint retrospective […]

Review habit




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Documentation is an important part of work for most people working in office spaces. It is especially visible in the IT field where an enormous amount of it is produced. Hundreds or thousands of documents are created from the projects initial draft up to finalization. A massive amount of time is spent […]

Documentation – get rid of it!