WDRL 197

Subfont, Web Scraping, And Important Lessons on Project Management

Hi, I’m Anselm Hannemann. Freelance webdesigner, frontend engineer, advisor. Curating WDRL, growing vegetables on a market garden farm.

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How can we improve—at work, in life, as persons? When we look at modern software development strategies, we can see some interesting methods how we could do it. Team Retrospectives, for example, are a great way to identify problems in a human, non-invasive way in order to find solutions. And what works well in agile teams in the work environment can work as well in your private life. If we reframe a retrospective, we could see meditation and Tai-Chi practices as similar strategies. All have the goal to make your mind clear, to identify and resolve issues. But it’s not about you. Regardless of how calm, reflected you are—if your team, your boss, your clients, or your partner, friends aren’t on the same line there will be tense. So it’s you who needs to find ways to make other people aware of how important reflection, problem identification and finding sustainable solutions is. Only if we all want it, we can succeed in life, at work.






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Have a great weekend, y’all. Do something for yourself these days, for someone else. And reflect on it. Read you next week, thanks for your support!