I’ve started to gather some valuable information about Software Analytics in an awesome list. I hope to get more people interested in this fascinating topic. The resources should be as applicable in practice as possible.
Last Saturday, I got some bone conduction headphones. Knowing that some housework is coming up, I wanted to use that time “productively” and listen to some good audiobooks. I also read Simon Wardley’s book awhile ago, but wanted to go over it again just for fun, but never found time lately. So what why not LISTEN to Simons’s book?
Für alle, die jetzt Remote-Events machen möchten, habe ich hier zwei kleine Erfahrungsberichte gesammelt.
People at conferences and meetups often ask me what I would recommend learning X or Y. And I’m always happy to give some suggestions depending on the experience level of the person that asked. Unfortunately, this doesn’t scale very much, so here are my general recommendations on learning something very effective. This time: Software Analytics.
In the past, I did a lot of Git log analysis on my blog. The main reason is that developers know what Git is and what kind of data it provides. So it is easy to connect to developers then