At InvoiceFair we've adopted Go as our primary development language. How did we choose it and what alternatives did we consider? All is revealed here.
I'm a fan of Simon Sinek. Mostly this stems from the degree to which the ideas he champions resonate with me on so many levels. I'm cautious not to say that we're aligned; we've never met, but regardless of this minor inconvenience, I like to think we are generally pointing in the same direction. One... Continue Reading →
Why are we doing this?
I spend a lot of time with organizations of various sizes helping them transition from their current state to their desired future state. In practice this offers a wide variety of challenges from one organisation to another. Some have great developers but poor processes, others have strong processes, but lack support systems, some are just... Continue Reading →
Making Change Stick
The only constant is change In the technology world we're well used to the shifting sands that epitomise the environment, we've always lived with change and embrace it with a fair degree of gusto. In other industries, ones that may not have had a traditional basis in technology, their adoption rates have historically been a... Continue Reading →