How I sensed a bug while not seeing any, and what came of it.
Today I found a place on our website where we display the size of a recreational area in square kilometers.
I cannot fully explain what happened next, but I had a hunch something must be wrong with this feature.
Narrator: there was.
Continue reading “Little Geo Stories: Square Miles”
If you ask me, what’s a single most important thing in writing good code, I’d reply: “Modularization and Dependency Management”.
Well, actually, that’s two things. Sorry about that! But they are two sides of the same coin, and you can’t have one without the other, if you want to your code to be nice and clean.
Continue reading “Modularization and dependency management: three steps to better code”
Are you a perfectionist? That kind of a person that can never say “I’m done”, “it’s ready” or “let’s ship it”? The one who can’t release the new feature unless it’s polished and perfect?
Continue reading “Prioritization for Perfectionists, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Non-Perfection”
You’re a manager, and your developer tells you they want to refactor something? You’re a developer, but don’t know if you should resist the sudden urge to refactor that ugly piece of code you just saw? Here’re true stories that will help you decide.
Continue reading “Refactoring: Luxury or Necessity?”