Thursday 30th November. Spitalfields, London, England. I’m off to pair program for two days with my old friend Rachel … More
Category: psychology of programming
When the culture becomes the cult
Fourteen years or so ago, when I first encountered ‘agile’ the part that really appealed to me, the bit I … More
6 Thinking modes for helping you get un-stuck
So I have been thinking about “stuckness”. You know, where you just feel like you are bashing your head against … More
Why you want an Autist on your tech team.
“By autistic standards the neuro typical brain is easily distractable, obsessively social and suffers from a deficit of attention to … More
The case for Neurodiversity
It’s no secret that there is a link between autism and tech. Far from being a ‘disability’, neurodiversity offers so many … More
Agile and Introversion
Agile and Introversion I don’t really like labels. Particularly labels which are derived from multiple-choice tests. I’m not a huge … More
Who says Programming isn’t creative?
I thought I’d take a break from blogging about my research and instead write a little about my favourite research … More