Memos by Duy Nguyen
Sure we all heard of democracy. Mostly, this term appears in erhm, election?
This 3rd volume is all about one thing: Trial
Latest update on git-commit message
A six-month earn-and-learn training program to reach the next stage of craftsmanship
and a thought on the difference between MVP & products
Latest update on tech adoption, and a side note for profile naming
Pay the upfront cost, take a longer landsight, and the math will add up in the end.
This was a special one. We got to trial on 2 topics in one episode. They're somehow related, actually.
Looking back on our 2020. It’s been a ride.
The very first #AMA: How venture process works
"Startup" isn't a new term. Yet, it contains many layers of definition.
Our latest appreciation for the Dwarves.
Dwarves Tech Radar v2 contains the practices to simplify the workflow, new techniques/ approach methods for project toolkit setup and expand the domain knowledge.
We gathered the Dwarves, and we all came to one thing in common: What goal are we trying to pursue at the time?
How’s Christmas at your place?
It feels right to encourage a mutual interest in expanding the tech playground and connect people with the same pursuits.
We’re glad to announce our partnership with The Library Project - a charity organization that supports rural elementary school libraries.
Run your company like you run software.
Overcome the hesitation of raising questions
We, indeed, all want to use things in their best states. So why bear being someone who creates a poor one?
Other than productivity, we aim for collaborative.
Wrap up for volume 01 of our tech radar. The Dwarves are encouraged to learn and adopt new practices, new technology in software development. This occasion is the first time we sit down and do it in written form.
How we do R&D, how we work on self-growth, and motivate continuous curiosity.
Don't picture this workplace as a magic land that nurtures your dreams and surrounds you with adorable people. That's what happens in a kindergarten.
Unless you're reaching out for help, hiring is the last thing you should keep in mind.
Deckset tutorial for our presentation slide setup. Also, working with markdown is quite fun.
Nothing keeps people around unless they want it themselves. People matter when they believe in what they create.
Delegation gives delegator more time & effort to focus on other things, or sometimes just a perfect excuse to grab a beer instead of burying their heads in the sand.
It’s about being straightforward in every issue, as it's everyone's mission to keep the team moving.
Software Modeling, at some point, reveals the spirit we've been pursuing - Craftsmanship, by providing client with values from their own perspective.
This talk is created from my experiences & lesson learnt, the rule and self-code I've built and believe to be applicable.
As long as their goal and mine are the same, we're good to go.
If you're working on a product for both iOS & Android, and still have room to discover, this workshop is for you.
This talk aims to cover our point of view on this term and why it matters that much to land a seat on our core values.
As time goes by, we're getting closer to the part where Basecamp acts as a great supporter of team communication & project development. Basically, this is how we organize things.
Huy N. - How I ended up being here
Why dragging people into the room just to have their time wasted on redundant reports, while all you need to know is progress update and the next moves to count on?
A sum up of Architecture Decision Record (ADR), created by An Duong & Minh Luu
Whether it's a manager or a fresher, we're all struggling with to-do list every once in a while.
An observation on this type of crisis. No, burn-out isn't stress.
One of our recent Tech101 lessons, where we raise up questions on different tech topics and discuss with examples
We feel no need to manage their chairs.
Dwarves Foundation gladly to work with Salt Cancer Initiative in creating a supportive community for cancer patients.
A Toast to Success
This post ain't gonna be a speech of Uncle Bob's Software Craftsmanship Manifesto.
2018 has been a fulfilling year for us with many achievements.