I’ve been very impressed by how useful the wiki has been in real world use: here are the reasons that have made the wiki very successful for us.
Here’s an interesting BBC article on the benefit of staying simple when performance really matters.
When I hear people using the phrase “technical debt”, it’s mostly used as a buzzword. The actual meaning is lost. It’s a euphemism. When they say “There is a lot of technical debt on the project”, senior people nod sagely … and then ignore it.
As I see it, the primary aim of a job interview is to let the candidate prove his or her skills and show his or her ability to fit in with the team. You can then choose the best person for the job. Not everyone sees it like this!
Three reasons to simplify your data capture.
Simple things you can do to quickly and dramatically improve the quality of your technical blog writing.
If you’re going to start a blog, or want to plan a blog, here’s a useful 13 step blog planning worksheet.
A couple of quick lessons from an interesting article.
Since my company Publisha was a 2010 finalist and winner of Seedcamp, I thought it would be helpful for future teams taking part if I gave my thoughts on how to get the most out of Seedcamp.