Estimates: thumbs up or thumbs down

There comes a time when a team must decide what works and what doesn’t; in this case, do estimates get a thumbs up or a thumbs down in our book? Intrigued? Read on. When it comes to estimating work in software development it can be frustrating and confusing. You never really know if those estimates … Continued

Neuroplasticity and Programming

Our brains are a lot like computers. We collect inputs, make calculations, then respond with outputs. Part of what makes our brains different, however, is their power to change biological composition. This process of adaptation is called neuroplasticity, and it’s something we should all know a little more about. Neuroplasticity occurs most heavily during infancy and … Continued

Collaboration does not mean you have to share everything

Scrum is a framework for learning how to work and the processes we use to do it. Its implementation demands increasing rigor in the definition of something that’s “done” and empowering teams to take ownership of their own processes. It is intended to answer the unanswerable: how to master uncertainty. But with every passing sprint … Continued

What’s the right way to write a document?

As a web developer, I know the importance of using the correct markup when writing a document or web page the benefits are obvious: easier to style, more “semantic”, and so on. To write a document the right way I simply utilize a text editor and HTML/CSS knowledge. But of course, in the real world, not … Continued

At the Crossroads of UX and VR

Virtual reality (VR) has exploded in popularity over the last two years. Headsets are getting cheaper, and intelligent engineering is changing the industry every day. In sum, VR is making waves. It’s neat. It’s fun. It’s different — but it’s still weird. VR is seen by many as a gimmick: a medium solely for one-off narratives and … Continued

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