Cleaning up the Process

Right now, having spare time is great. Useful to spend time refactoring code bases. For simplicity and legibility sake. Easy for new recruits to understand and easily maintain with a little bit of help from colleagues around them. Scaling at ease while growing phenomenomly. Reviewing some learning materials to picking something new and trailing its … Continue reading Cleaning up the Process

Maybe just…

You're trying too hard or the ones that are looking, searching, judging are one requesting way too much, maybe, sometimes on demand, whether that's internal or external. Spotting the difference is another trait. Don't become the bait, but spot it and report it, where there's a growing concern. Maybe there's something more, inbetween the lines, … Continue reading Maybe just…

Generalists vs Specialists

Do you have a spare moment and own a LinkedIn account? When it comes to designing and developing UI in software or websites, I've always tried my best to think of the end users with UX in mind. Sometimes it's not clear from the start, but it eventually becomes clearer during the process. Sometimes it's … Continue reading Generalists vs Specialists

Just don’t judge or assume, always ask.

When in doubt that is or when there are other great talent around you. But when that isn't the case, try going by experience. Then if you don't have that, try learning it on your own. Don't blame on it, you could be doing it wrong yourself. Try finding those that have the experience. You … Continue reading Just don’t judge or assume, always ask.

Fishing for Data

It's becoming more apparent these days. Businesses under attack by imitation. If you see emails or text messages claiming to be from a well known company, how do you tackle it? Delete it, ignore it, report it as spam via email providers/services, or report it to the official company who they claim to be? Now … Continue reading Fishing for Data

When in doubt…

Ever had a feeling your past experience in a work place may creep up? Last night was one of those days. When in doubt, try again situation. You've exhausted all your options, but yet it doesn't quite match the results you had expected. Whatever the issue was, you try again. You may take a break, … Continue reading When in doubt…

Uncertainty?

As human beings we assume a lot, but realising after it's not the case anymore. We accept those that have worked longer in employment to know more. But when we talk about agendas, we realised that's not the case. Opening up and talking about topics we enjoy can show how in depth knowledge we may … Continue reading Uncertainty?

We’re in transition.

Following on from my previous post, we've updated and maybe tidied a few duplicates. There's also been many discoveries along the way too. Stuff that doesn't work nor spotted in system, which makes one think are these features ever been used? Prioritising the 'must' from 'nice to have' fixed bug features is good, but could … Continue reading We’re in transition.

Many methods, many implementations.

Just like in coding there's many methods, there's also many implementations. From NuGet to NPM, to CDN's. A mammoth system using all three can get confusing very quickly. Let's start by the most famous framework out there Bootstrap! Imagine there are different variations of it. The original, the Sass, the older version (just because it … Continue reading Many methods, many implementations.

Quick Changes

There are times when things need completed urgently. But there are methods to go about it. First think about the 5 W's. Who, what, when, why, where. Apply this logic to one of your tasks. The 'who' will factor the 'how' situation, so don't worry there. But wait just there! That's great for adding features. … Continue reading Quick Changes