Pyramid of Refactoring – Example

In my previous post I talked about origins of Pyramid of Refactoring. Something that inspires me, something I try to engage in lots of places / techniques like Test Driven Development, working with with Legacy Code or just when our daily programming activities take places. Nowadays applying refactoring techniques is much easier, as tools like…

Pyramid of Refactoring – Discovery

We want to have autonomy, freedom. Before we achieve such a state, it is good we know some principles, rules – so we can try, follow, modify and wisely improve them…. (reject to follow them). In case of refactoring to be able to perform it effectively I’ve discovered such a rule and gave it name…

Refactoring gives all kind of balance

Refactoring is nothing else but a technique that allow you to keep the balance. But what balance? Emotional one? Also, as it is good to when you can keep calm that code is readable, testable, maintainable and most likely works as expected! But the most important is the one called P/PC Balance. “P” refers to…

Team’s autonomy by example

Recently I wrote an article about autonomy in a nutshell. It is based on setting up boundaries of responsibilities between teams and based on trust into others that they know how to deal with their own issues the best. This entails that they do receive right to make decisions regarding their areas of responsibility in…