Monthly Archives: December 2015

Productivity Hack: Using Effectively Your Small Fractions Of Time

I’m constantly looking for new ways to be more productive and avoid wasting my time. One of my biggest challenges is how to use some small fractions of free time, something like less than 10 minutes. I think that, for … Continue reading

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Talk: Adaptable Design Up Front (slides + video)

Last week I was invited to talk at the IASA eSummit on Architecture for Agile Software Development. My talk tries to answer the question: “How much Design Up Front should be done in an Agile project?” I present my approach … Continue reading

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Invention Is Not Enough For Innovation

The cartoon above depicts a common problem in hi-tech companies: Someone invents a new technology, but is not able to promote its adoption. I think the solution is that instead of just providing the “wheels”, we need to build a … Continue reading

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The Challenges and Joy of Public Speaking

I love giving talks to diverse types of audiences. I consider Public Speaking to be at the same time an extremely challenging and gratifying activity, that very often requires you to get out of your comfort zone. My first experience … Continue reading

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