Monthly Archives: October 2009


I’m completely obsessed with the idea of low-technology: The term low-technology is a description of those crafts and tools whose inception (typically) predates the Industrial Revolution. A test for low-technology may be that it can be practiced or fabricated with … Continue reading 

Posted in coaching, low-technology, opinion, practices, TDD, teams, XP | 12 Comments

The Most Productive Programming Language

The most productive and useful programming language you know, by a long shot, is English or Hindi or Portuguese or Spanish or French or whatever human language your team uses. Good communication skills are way more valuable to you and … Continue reading 

Posted in basics, coaching, craftsmanship, Language | 8 Comments