Every software developer is always said to be learning; every day, there are new technologies, new methodologies, modern standards. But in this continuous learning, there are tons of certifications to demonstrate our ability on a matter with a really good-looking paper. These certifications imply that a minimum effort is taken from some other priority is … Continue reading Improving project development
In this episode of the adventures of Mr. T., he learns with his friends how useful it is to measure projects and understand its complexities! I'm not going to enter in detail of what happened in the book (I read this chapter a few weeks ago, and I almost don't remember the subjacent story), but … Continue reading Measuring projects!
As a computer science student, it is more often to be writing code just for myself and sometimes for my teaches, but this last case is peculiar because they don't usually read the code (or quit it while trying to do it). There is a joke between programmers that generally not even the one who … Continue reading When writing code, let’s write for others!
I remember from my art and culture class my professor once told us that all interactions between people are basically a game of power, and politics is the raw demonstration of it. Politics is the way, us people, organize our selves and decide how to do stuff thanks to debate and discussions: the activities associated … Continue reading The game of power, politics in the organizations
Volvemos al español, el idioma con el que me siento mas cómodo! Después de que la pandemia interrumpiera la temporada escolar y los exámenes parciales, regreso con una reflexión parcial para la materia de administración de proyecto. Un pequeño parentesis, hablando de la pandemia, espero que quien sea que lea esto se encuentre bien junto … Continue reading Administrar proyectos y… morir a los 45 reflexiones de un parcial
In software, we are really used to UML for the modeling of our systems to understand what we are needed to do or just for documentation, if you don’t get what I’m talking about here, check this awesome post I did last semester. But here I’m not going to write how to model software, but how to … Continue reading Modeling systems (not UML)
Today in the fabulous adventures of Mr. T, he will be accomplice on the abduction of Dr. Rizzoli without the Dr. even noticing it. LATVIA WELCOMES THE EMINENT DR. RIZZOLIThe sign at the airport said And that's how the Dr. started helping on how to manage the experiment of management for Morovia. He helped with … Continue reading Risk happens
Mr. T., now as the general manager of the project, has to hire his managers for the different projects. And as his own human resources department, he has the frustration of going through all the resumes. "paper piled" by Ampersand Duck is licensed under CC BY-NC Everyone would be overwhelmed with that amount of resumes; … Continue reading Management is not exactly a cerebral science
Yeah, you read right, Silikon Valejit, and nope, I'm not talking about the Silicon Valley in San Francisco, California. I'm talking about Silikon Valejit in Morovia, somewhere near Greece (maybe). Some island somewhere around there! This faithful representation was created by me thanks to google maps and paint! Morovia is your common and (not that) … Continue reading Welcome to Silikon Valejit
Today, I'm here to write about a novel, but not any novel, "The Deadline: A Novel About Project Management." This novel has everything everyone can dream about: spies, corporations complots, and project management. The cover of the book This novel follows Mr. Tompkins (also known as Mr. T.), a recently fired manager trying to catch … Continue reading Deadline: an interesting way of learning project management