Handling concurrent access is quite common in transactional data managing systems. As long as your application only creates and reads data records concurrency is not […]

Today, almost every Product Owner I meet tells me that she is looking for the “MVP” in her Product Backlog. Asking what “MVP” means for […]

Have you ever thought about the hashing algorithm used in your code? Are you still using MD5 or SHA-1 to hash your passwords? Do you […]

If you don’t check the architecture automatically, often the architecture is not followed due to the reason that the developer does not get a fast […]

Gson is a small Java library for serializing objects into JSON and deserializing JSON back to java objects. But how can we deal with object […]

As software engineers we are working in a rapidly changing field that challenges us to keep up with the newest methods and technologies. We cannot […]

Over the last four years we have been using Flyway to migrate our databases in a large client project. The project involves 100+ people in […]

Let the coaching experiment continue! Welcome back to part two of our curiosity filled coaching questions! As mentioned last time in part one, coaching as […]

Do you have time for an experiment? Then please ask me a coaching question! Welcome to the first of a two part blogpost full of […]

When trying to set up self-organizing teams, authority has to be handed over. Management 3.0 offers a very practical method to avoid chaos in this matter: […]

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