The Lean Startup
As always, reality is smashing my face, and I have to adapt to it instead of sticking to my plans. When I was thinking about this post I was trying to organize it like the post before (The Nature of Software Development review): my sensations, what I got from it, and what other people can get. But after reflecting I’ve concluded that it was silly. Why? Because my knowledge about these topics is so different.
The Nature of Software Development
The last technical book that I’ve recently read is The Nature of Software Development by Ron Jeffries. Manu Rivero recommended it to me inasmuch as he’d read it recently, and as I trust his criteria, I decided to read it. I want to divide this “review” into three sections: my reading experience (as a journal, to return to just in case I re-read it), what I got from it (given my current context and knowledge) and what knowledge I think someone else might get.
Statement of intention
After getting over the first little detail of having a website, here we are writing the first post. I wanted to believe that writing wasn’t as difficult as it seemed, but here comes reality to smash our faces again. So I will try to be brief. Well, the first and most important disclaimer before going into about the whys of this blog is that everything I’m going to write here is just my experience, my learning and opinions.