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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 Aug 10
Replying to @cyberduke18
Not immune. Some days I pick my battles wisely, some other I still find myself on the disadvantaged side of the discussion. And I can't quote myself as an escape strategy. :o)
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Sketchplanations Aug 9
The BS asymmetry principle also known as Brandolini's law — the simple observation that it’s far easier to produce and spread BS, misinformation and nonsense than it is to refute it. The original: from
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Alberto Brandolini Aug 7
I think at the very core lies the need to understand the difference between ‘winning’ and ‘not losing’. Most project structure is driven by risk aversion, but it’s not a recipe for innovation.
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Alberto Brandolini Aug 7
It was really really hard not to start writing an entire book as a digression. I rewrote this paragraph so many times. :o)
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Michael Feathers Aug 6
Legacy code beats legacy code.
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Matteo Vaccari Aug 3
This book is oh so fundamental!
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Alberto Brandolini Aug 5
Replying to @khofmans
Thanks! :-)
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Alberto Brandolini Aug 5
New Blog Post: my opinionated attempt do define/summarize in 2020, on our brand new Blog.
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Alberto Brandolini Aug 4
Replying to @TheJulianMay
Just go , now you know why. :o)
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Vaughn Vernon Aug 4
I just registered for the Wardley Maps Bootcamp by (I really like saying "swardley") with and . It's a 3-hour crunch session, which for me is just right. There aren't many early-bird tickets remaining.
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Alberto Brandolini Aug 4
... and scary as hell. 😳
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Alberto Brandolini Aug 4
A few thoughts about fitting a learning-intensive approach like into more traditional processes. Plus... our blog has a brand new look! :-)
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Alberto Brandolini Aug 3
EventStorming just gives a background check when discussing strategy - I've seen too many strategy meetings ignoring the status quo or the sustainability of the desired state - but together they play very well.
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Alberto Brandolini Aug 3
Wardley Mapping gave me a quick and practical tool that led me to strategic insights in a 40 minutes solo session after seeing 's talk. If this isn't 'groundbreaking' then I don't know what groundbreaking is.
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andreabalducci Jul 31
Replying to @ziobrando @ste8
A looooooong time ago
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 31
Replying to @ArenCawk
Right now I am designing a new business line this way. 🙂
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 31
Well... this look interesting. Especially because it's an Economics and Business University.
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 28
We just migrated the blog. I guess we need a little fine tuning :-) We’ll fix soon! Thanks!
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avanscoperta Jul 23
🔝We're beyond happy to welcome a new Avanscopertian in our team! 🥳 His name is Enrico Teotti "the Facilitator", and his addition also marks our first remote onboarding ever! 😱😎 It's going well so far! 😊 Post a comment ⤵️ and welcome Enrico with us! 🤓
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 20
Hmmm, I would not go for that distinction. A read model is in the solution space too. BUT commands, read models and UI wireframes are the only observable portion of the solution space. Aggregates are behind the scenes.
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