Software isn't developed ticket-by-ticket. It grows organically. It's the invisible stuff in-between that matters.
Every project kick-off presentation has a big slide about Total Cost of Ownership. The numbers are pulled out of thin air, but at least the font is huge. TCO is a vital part of any software project and it’s treated as an afterthought.
Hot take: Stack Overflow's bad reputation is unjustified. Yes, there are rude, pretentious assholes out there, but they are more than cancelled out by the folks who go out of their way to give answers to difficult problems.
For free. For strangers.
Agile is not a religious cult.
Software Builder. Founder at http://nonect.com . Fascinated by technology and web. CoderDojo junkie.
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