From Reactive Planning Model to Natural Planning Model
Until some point, the project was manageable, but after some feature requests and bug reports, it became unfeasible. In addition, almost every bug fix or feature implementation broke other "uncorrelated" parts of the application. That slowed us down a lot because our client and his customers were using the software, and we had to rush to fix the new bugs (yes, we didn't have testing at that time).
Articles,June 16, 2021
Reading time: 5 minutes
A Letter to My Friend - Create
I like writing because it's timeless. It's telepathy. Maybe what you write now will reach someone that will need to read it, in another time, whether days or decades from now, in another space across the world. You'll be connecting your mind with theirs.Articles,June 13, 2021
Reading time: 4 minutes
My Story - The Dance Teacher
The worse was that I was not being the owner of my life and it was being ruled by others, not by me. So, I asked myself, "How long won't I live my life and I'll let others live it for me?" Trust me, that question turns my life upside down, in the best of sights.Articles,May 09, 2021
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People Systematically Overlook Subtractive Changes
When faced with a problem, people tend to prefer solutions that add new elements rather than removing elements, even if removing is the more efficient solution.
Zettelkasten,April 23, 2021
No B.S. Time Management for Entrepreneurs
This book is expressively for entrepreneurs and business owners who wear many hats—those who can't resist piling more responsibility onto his own shoulders, who has more great ideas that time and resources to take advantage of them, who runs (not walks) through each day. Your time is incredibly valuable to you, and you are constantly 'running out of it.'Books,April 04, 2021
Reading time: 21 minutes
Last Mile in a Software Project
Sleep in Two Shifts
A notable advantage of first and second sleep is that it provides two periods of increased activity, creativity, and alertness across the day, rather than one long period of activity in which sleepiness builds up across the day and the productivity wanes.Zettelkasten,May 26, 2020
Reading time: 2 minutes
Metaphors to Explain the Brain
In the 1940s, the current one, with the creation of the computers, the brain was said to operate as a computer - we save and process memories as computers does. This analogy is also called Information Processing (IP) metaphor.
Zettelkasten,May 23, 2020