Good enough is good enough

Categories: Software Development
Perfectionism is a disease I was a perfectionist once. I am not anymore. I’ve learned that in business there is no such thing as perfectly done or perfect timing. There’s no 100% correct, 100% reliable or 100% available. At the beginning of my career I did not realise this. I thought, that the result of a program is a predictable outcome. That’s it. Unfortunately the reality lies quite far from that.

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How to learn for CKA exam

Categories: Software Development Project Management
CKA learning tips and tricks I have passed a Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam recently. Here are some tips that should increase your chances in passing the exam. I cannot give you the specific details of the exam as I have signed a confidentiality agreement. However, I hope those few general tips will save you time and make your learning experience more efficient. Exercise with kubectl Don’t read the kubectl documentation too extensively.

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Things to learn from project management

Categories: Software Development Project Management
A few lessons that Dev(and Ops) can learn from project management Software development gives you a lot of flexibility. Scrum created independent, self-sufficient teams that strive to reach company’s goals. Yet, there are things, that scrum teams could learn from non-agile project managers. I also needed to perform department-wide project management tasks, such as feasibility studies, cost analysis and software purchase recommendations. I believe that every developer can learn something from those experiences as well.

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