The Agile Paradox

I bet you work at a company who’s doing Agile. But have you ever actually read the Manifesto for Agile Software Development? The first of the four key principles is this: Individuals and interactions over processes and tools. The Manifesto for Agile Software Development Now why is this so important? That’s what’s today’s blog post/rantContinue reading “The Agile Paradox”

Simple things – It’s not that simple

One of the most interesting words in software development (including no-code stuff, which I’m currently working on) is “Simple”. The word itself seems really simple and hence we tend to use it without further thinking. But actually it’s not that simple. Let’s consider an example: A co-worker comes to you asking for a solution. TheyContinue reading “Simple things – It’s not that simple”

Mind your own business (logic)

You might have have heard that you need to separate the business logic from the data access. Or sometimes from the domain model. But what does this mean and how does it translate to robotic process automation? There are always different ways to do things and as such you shouldn’t think of this as “theContinue reading “Mind your own business (logic)”

Starting a new job in the age of Corona

Like many others, I have used the age of Corona, to start a new chapter in my career. I went from developing automation for Danske Bank, to doing pretty much the same for a company called Arbejdsmarkedets Tillægspension, or just ATP for short. To be fair, Corona didn’t actually have anything to do, with meContinue reading “Starting a new job in the age of Corona”