Development Team Leader

Category Methodologies

Road to serverless: 3 years later

I think it is useful to have a quick discussion on what happened about moving to serverless in the last 3 years. First of all, I want to clarify that there are many discussions in my company related that, even… Continue Reading →

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NodeJS vs Java by Example

I think it is important to make some examples when we compare languages and Runtimes, or libraries and protocols, as I did for my post on GPRC. This time is the time of NodeJS and Java. How did I made… Continue Reading →

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Kinesis aka the most misunderstood tool ever

Let’s clarify: I work with AWS since 7 years now, and not in one, but in two companies I have been forced to use Kinesis to develop components that didn’t need Kinesis. And every time I try to explain that… Continue Reading →

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Road to serverless

In April I changed company. I had a problem with my line manager, I try to stand the situation as much as I could (reason why, lately, a big percentage of my posts were related to leadership and culture) but… Continue Reading →

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Team and employee engagement

“At a software services firm, a 50% increase in team familiarity was followed by a 19% decrease in defects and a 30% decrease in deviations from budget. On audit and consulting teams, high familiarity yielded a 10% improvement in performance,… Continue Reading →

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About a leader

I have been leading small group of developers, one way or the other, for a while now. Still I have never been officially a (tech or team) leader. But I worked for many years. I learn from the bests. I learned… Continue Reading →

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The crisis of democracy in (technology) companies

Companies are made by men and women who work together for creating value that leads the company to have profit. Blah blah blah. The last leaf in the company is the employee, the worker, that is doing his job. In… Continue Reading →

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About SCRUM team size

It has been a long time since the last post. This basically because I changed the company for which I work, and I needed a lot of time to integrate and to fix other issues. I am going to speak… Continue Reading →

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