Alberto Brandolini can model every business domain, given enough space, a paper roll and an unlimited source of colored sticky notes (with a larger stock of orange ones). His contributions to the community include EventStorming, Model Storming and, more notably, the Bullshit Asymmetry Principle. Alberto Brandolini is an IT Professional that gets bored doing things in the same old way. This led him into unexplored areas of Domain-Driven Design, Lean and Agile Software Development, learning and change management, where he likes to bring apparent chaotic fuzziness and a comic-like visual touch. An active consultant in software product development, he also run his company Avanscoperta. He’s frequently invited as a speaker in many conferences around the world.
Some companies are going "full DevOps" and apparently releasing at the speed of light. Other companies are still struggling with estimations and slowly thinking about going microservices. Other are happy with their monolith, but struggling with recruiting.
We’re all developers, but we’re not doing the same job. The line connecting a problem to its solution is relatively straight in some organizations and incredibly convoluted in some hours.
Processes, Software architectures and Organization are not separate concerns, neither are orthogonal. Pretending to fix one thing without touching others is a losing battle.
We’re part of the problem. Our software is part of the problem. We can be part of the solution too.
Since the early days, software development has evolved a lot. Writing code used to be a long tiring activity, but now is no longer the bottleneck. However, if we see software development with a different perspective, we'll realize that there are vast opportunities for improvement, by switching to a more appropriate metaphor.
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