Tag Archives: design

Waterfallish isn’t [always] foolish!

Your first goal is an MVP – minimum viable product [not Microsoft’s most valuable professional.] You define a few features and envision a few screens. Sure, without going into any details. And you go with scrum from the beginning. You’re … Continue reading

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Creating great products requires outstanding functional design

(I’ve recently twitted two examples, but I think it the idea deserves a more general blog post, so here we go.) It’s not enough to be an outstanding developer to be able to create great software (that sells). You need to also … Continue reading

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How to write good code on first attempt

TL;DR: draw diagrams and (re-)write requirements. If a developer has an idea about a software product or feature to be designed and/or a few minutes of thoughts on how it should be developed, he or she might feel that it’s enough, … Continue reading

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