Robert Rieger Posts
Over the last years, I was involved in projects that aimed at rewriting legacy software. Usually these projects have been running for years and often I had doubts whether that strategy was the correct one. So I collected my thoughts on that topic …
What is inventory waste of software development? If you had to give a definition, how would you define it? I did some research and this is what I found…
The reason why companies count on agility is better time-to-market. Reacting efficiently and quickly to changing needs and priorities is key to surviving economically. But what are the prerequisites for agility? What do you really need in order to apply an agile methodology and to provide added value in the end?
Over the past few years, I’ve experienced diverse situations where people, to my understanding, showed traits of unprofessionalism. I’ve seen colleagues who
- think they have been hired only for job A and not for job B;
- just can’t help if person C is not capable of doing his or her job right;
- insult others during a meeting; or
- get upset because of having already worked 40 hours overtime this month.
You certainly also know some colleagues who you would privately describe as being unprofessional. But what does it mean to work unprofessionally?