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Ensuring code quality for API’s with Request Manager API Pattern

What problem does Request Manager API Pattern solve? Coding guidelines and code reviews are good ways to ensure code quality and enforce structure. But they also have their limitations. When time is in short demand and the lead developer/architect have no chance of keeping up with the new code being developed, the architecture, structure and … Continue reading Ensuring code quality for API’s with Request Manager API Pattern

Common goal and incentive structures in large companies

In small companies, keeping a common goal is simple. There is probably only one product and hence product goal equals company goal. Messing up incentives is hard (but of course not impossible) as people should be rewarded for making that single product more successful. For increasing sales, improving the product or making it more stable. … Continue reading Common goal and incentive structures in large companies

Software Events vs. Real Life Events

Ignoring the fact that the word “event” has a special meaning in software development I will proceed to use it in its broader definition as “something that happens”. Building software to solve a “business problem” can be daunting enough and leave all sorts of cracks in the relationship between IT and Business. But if those … Continue reading Software Events vs. Real Life Events