Code Coverage is a Useless Target Measure
You can have 100% code coverage and no asserts. Code coverage is still very useful for a measure of paths tested, just not very good for setting is as a target.
Test-Driven Development Is Stupid
Focusses on the lunacy of writing ALL your test cases first, rather than the Red-Green-Refactor pattern.
What Do Programmers Want?
Pretty much says it all.
3 Reasons Why Daily Scrums Take So Much Time
I remember working on a project with 45 minute scrums daily! Fortunately, these are banished to the distant past.
The Day Google Deleted Me
A small warning: some colourful language in this one. Pretty funny, though.
After a chance discussion with a colleague, I thought I’d share this. It’s an older article from 2013, but documents why the creator of MySQL decided to fork it to create a MariaDB.
Despite the sentiment of its original creator (see above article) the popularity of MySQL (now Oracle-owned) remains in rude health.
The New Framework: http://www.commitstrip.com/en/2015/11/24/the-new-framework/
Arbitrary Goals: http://dilbert.com/strip/2015-11-22