Oh, singletons… We can’t live with them, we can’t live without them.
I remember that in my first team there was a guy with a very bright mind, but he was not yet mature enough just after the university and in all the questions he was way too much opinionated and a bit too smug. Typical to most of us at the beginning of our career, isn’t it?
Why is it that #CleanCode is still the exception and not the norm in so many companies?
A very interesting question from Marcus Biel, who was the Director of Developer Experience at RedHat at that time posted on LinkedIn. That moment, I didn’t have the time to go deep on this topic, but I reread the answers a couple of months later.
Never split the difference is a great book on negotiations by a former international hostage negotiator from FBI. Christopher Voss shows us through various stories how and why hostage negotiation strategies changed over time at FBI where he was both a lead and an instructor. While at many points I felt that he was sharing stories with a too vehement pride - maybe it’s more a cultural thing - ha also shared big failures.