I am an entry level developer with 1 year of experience. I have worked on a large scale project which I have played around 80% of the project work, those 5 months were terrible to me - late nights ...
I have a few programmers under me, they are all doing very great and very smart obviously. Thank you very much. But the problem is that each and every one of them is responsible for one core area, ...
In the second edition of PeopleWare, DeMarco and Lister suggest that annual performance and salary reviews foster teamicide because they encourage competition within the team. Spolsky re-iterates this ...
In the influential "Peopleware", DeMarco and Lister state that an organisation that builds a satisfying community will tend to keep it's people. We have about 40 programmers at work. How do we go ...
I came across this link Parkinson Law where it says like "Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion." Do you agree with this? If yes, how do you enforce this with the people? ...
How do you deal with lack of consensus on methodology and practices, without direction from management?
Until recently, I was the sole developer on several in-house projects. A few months ago, we added 0.4 of an FTE to our development team. It's nice not being alone on our projects, but it hasn't been ...
I'm working on a group project for school, and it's just me and a teammate. Well he is really behind with coding skills, and I was wondering if I should still give him access(email a copy) to the ...
I am reading the book "Cracking the Sales Management Code", and the book says that sales people can be more or less managed ("measure") by measuring whether they are consistently improving on their ...
In Facts and Fallacies of Software Engineering at the end of fact 2, Robert Glass says: The problem is—and of course there is a problem, since we are not acting on this fact in our field—we ...