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Alberto Brandolini
I like to solve problems and to write software that does that. I'll flood you with sticky notes and call it . I run
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 16
Replying to @ValeGatti87
Può inviare una mail a info [at] ?
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Mel Conway Jul 14
What I never see in big-picture political solutions is long-term (i.e., many generations) stability analysis. Systems must be designed to make 1984-style stable end-states impossible. People change; institutions can be very sticky and tend to accumulate power. 1/3
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 11
I see a business opportunity for facilitators. :-)
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 10
Get your applause, man!
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Werner Mueller Jul 10
so that have been two days of with - feel like I already won a price! somewhat. wasn't aware that I must use more stickies. no, more! no! more! you still don't get it: more! got a wall to fill with things discovered and understood. why saving stickies!?
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 10
So this is the moment when I give to for co-teaching this masterclass. Great insights and a lot of ideas popped up. And great time!!! THANK YOU!!
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 6
Replying to @timdenison @mtobis
Sorry if it sounded disruptive/negative.
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 6
Replying to @timdenison @mtobis
Not what I intended. It was more “pick your battles wisely”. Not elitist at all (at least consciously), maybe a little fatalistic.
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 5
Replying to @mtobis
I don’t think it’s a matter of incentives. The asymmetry is wired in our brains: plausible bullshit (confirmation bias, Kahnemann’s system one) has an easier path than sophisticated thinking. And that won’t change. :-/
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Adam Dymitruk 🇨🇦 Jul 4
After 11 years of describing systems, it all boils down to the core that was putting up stickies on the white board in 2008 at Wolverton Securities. I can put up this guide with my eyes closed.
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 5
I'll use them in my "Modelling with unicorns" workshop. 👍🏻
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 5
You say crap. I just pretend I am not offended.
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 5
But doing so I am adding one more constraint to my style. 😇
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 5
That’s why I don’t want to use that word. :-) I want to get to the same result exploiting contradictions in structured storytelling. But yeah, not the only way!
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 5
I wouldn’t have used the word ‘minions’ here. 🤨 But then I realized minions are yellow...
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 5
But when the hounds are smelling the aggregate it may be hard to stop them. And I guess a lot of blame goes up to my original blog post. Not quite the current story.
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 5
The pain for the premature optimization around the aggregate is real, it’s more “that yellow state machine candidate” to me.
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 5
💚💙💛🧡💜💙💔(sorry)
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 5
There is something here. 1) theoretically we should get to the same consistence boundaries even if persistence is not involved. 2) relying on transaction boundaries, in the early days led to fat aggregates, because eventual consistency wasn’t yet that popular.
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 5
This is where it pays off to be colorful. 😎
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