All about refactoring

Code quality & refactoring workshops with teamwork background

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…

Team’s Autonomy

In case of struggling with care for code quality (most likely with lack of time to do this) then high time to ask two below questions comes Who is responsible for quality of code Who decides how or when the team can find time for quality Assuming the answer to the first question is obvious…

Inspectoring Sessions

Quite a long time ago I’ve written a post about refactoring sessions I’ve introduced into my team. They went very well for quite some time… and disappeared. How come when everyone said they liked it? Fortunately the idea came back in a new form as inspectoring sessions which happen from time to time… but very…

Refactoring Sessions

It seems obvious that each team would like to have source code that is : quick to read quick to understand quick to modify quick to extend … quick to do anything with it We just feel good if we sit in a tidied up room. Same about code – we feel good if we…