As a Developer, I Want to...

User stories I'd like to assign to fellow Scrum masters

The Tao of SDLC Now that Scrum, Agile, Kanban and other methodologies have become the Tao of DevOps and SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle), not a day goes by without the ubiquitous and oftentimes annoying user stories typically found in issue tracking systems such as Jira and Trello. “As an end user, I want to be able to see the website the same way in all browsers”; “As a customer of Irrelevant Inc. [Read More]

The Framework Guy

Tech pigeonholing and shitty jobs

Reality shock As soon as I started working in IT, I avoided getting too attached to any specific framework or language. Every company has their preferred framework(s) and language(s), and when you’re working on a specific project, you need to commit to a set of tools and concepts. That doesn’t instantaneously pigeonhole you into them, though. I saw myself as doing software engineering; period. I had, and still have, no interest in being more specific than that. [Read More]