Sprinting till the end

Two weeks. That’s how long an Agile team’s Sprint usually last for. A Sprint is a feature cycle most, if not all, engineering teams use to plan, scope, meet and update, and ship incremental work. Two weeks sound and seem long, but it’s in fact short and quick. It more often than not feels like … Continue reading Sprinting till the end

Things break often

Software systems and configurations fail often even when they used to work the day or even an hour before. Working on software development has helped me built higher resilience, tolerance, and patience toward errors and fixing them. Why? Because software breaks more often than we would like them to and sometimes we don't know the … Continue reading Things break often


“Those times when you get up early and you work hard, those times when you stay up late and you work hard, those times when you don't feel like working, you're too tired, you don't want to push yourself, but you do it anyway. That is actually the dream. That's the dream" - Kobe Bryant

Building tolerance

Our problem-solving skills improve over time as we solve more problems, however, problems get bigger, more complex and difficult as well. We begin tackling smaller sets of problems that might seem big and unsolvable at some time, only to conclude it’s simpler than we initially thought. The more we solve, the better our process gets, and the higher our problem-solving … Continue reading Building tolerance