I am a software engineer based in Melbourne, Australia.

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Some Things I Read in March 2022

A collection of interesting bits and bobs that I read during this month.
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Semantic Versioning for Teams

I think we need a better way to track changes within a team over time. I propose borrowing the versioning system we use in software and applying it to teams to track change over time.
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You can Turn the Oven Down

A lot of constraints are not that constraining after all.
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Be a French Butcher

In this post, we use a tenuous analogy to look at breaking down a project.
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Growth Days

In brief, we dedicate one day a fortnight to learning and personal development.
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An Interesting Bug and the Importance of Diverse Engineering Teams

A bug we wouldn't have been able to solve without a native Mandarin speaker.
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Programming Behind the Veil of Ignorance

Using the John Rawls' thought experiment to reflect on best practices
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In Praise of Inefficient Teams

We need to re-define efficiency by redefining what we consider waste.
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Full Stack or Self-Sufficient?

I wonder if we need a different framing for developers that span the gamut?
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Programming Languages as Communication

Designing a good programming language requires as much of an undertanding of how humans communicate as it does the machine.
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