Brandon Eleuterio

Tag: software

Show Your Work

Lego bricks

I’ve published a portfolio of software UI components! Some come from past work, others are based on ideas that previously only existed in my head. The code is open for your perusal. The sample site has documentation and actual working examples to play with. What are components? Some of you may already know, components are […]

Perfectionism is the Enemy of Quality

Perfection is Stagnation

When building something for others, whether that something is software, a book, or some other craft, and whether you are an individual, a start-up, or a large company, revealing your work to the world can be scary. What will my audience think? Will my work be rejected and, by extension, will I be rejected? Will […]

How to Estimate a Software Project

Mad Hatter

Summary Rough drawing Backcast Premortem Add it up Time is fixed, work is fluid Background Estimating software is difficult. Much like a tea party with the Mad Hatter, it always seems to take longer than you think. How do you combat this problem? The two most popular strategies are: Double your estimate. The theory being […]

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