Can technology replace the human touch?

Recently I read an article on TechCrunch titled: Technology can’t replace the human touch by Ron Miller, and it made me think. Can technology, or to be more specific, intelligent technology replace the human touch? It is natural to think that humans are special. That there is something about us that cannot be replicated. It […]

40% of Glory

When a team achieves something, be it big or small, it is nice to get recognition for it. However, this is not always the case. There are many situations in which someone else, often some manager, gets all the credits. I like to refer to this situation as the 40% of glory rule. 40% of […]


On solving problems

As developers, our job is finding solutions to problems. Finding a good solution to a problem that has not yet been solved will give the business a tremendous advantage over its competitors. This is where the money comes in. As software developers we play a key role in this process. It has indeed become apparent that […]

Event Storming – Let the domain knowledge flow

Last year I was introduced to a new (for me) workshop format, called ‘Event Storming’. It is a technique developed by Alberto Brandolini and is meant to quickly explore complex business domain. It has already been adopted within the Domain Driven Design community. When I learned about it in a Domain Driven Design workshop by […]

Part of the model we created