Software Leadership and Farming

The one, irrefutable truth about farming, is that you cannot start it the day before you go to market. You can’t, it’s impossible (unless you have a replicator a la Star Trek, it’s not going to happen).

I’m not a farmer (I have never grown a vegetable in my life), but I imagine the process is akin to the following;

  1. The ground has to warm up for you to dig it up and “air it”.

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Software Architect, Developer, Author and Leader helping organizations build scalable software delivery teams and implement cloud-based solutions

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