lunes, 31 de marzo de 2008

Gettin vs Taking by seth Godin

Mr. Seth Godin es muy agudo ... y creo en su día a día cumple lo que predica :)
"few people, not many, but a few, take. They take the best education they can get, pushing teachers for more, finding things to do, exploring non-defined niches. They take more courses than the minimum, they invent new projects and they show up with questions."

sábado, 29 de marzo de 2008

The Stone Roses - Breaking Into Heaven (live)

Si pudiera volver atras en el tiempo no me perdería ni un concierto de ellos snif, snif

Jane's addiction

Un clásico de todos los tiempos

miércoles, 26 de marzo de 2008

sábado, 22 de marzo de 2008

viernes, 21 de marzo de 2008

Trust yourself

As soon as you trust yourself,
you will know how to live.


viernes, 14 de marzo de 2008

Fernando se vuelve a salir

Economic policy is nowadays always measured against the standard of economic efficiency, that is, static efficiency. A concrete economic policy is deemed to be good if it improves the static efficiency of the market. The ideal economic policy should be the one able to drive the market to the nirvana of perfect competition, in which static efficiency is maximized, as is social welfare

jueves, 13 de marzo de 2008

Agile methodologys

In most of the process agile / lean related books that I’ve read there seem to be a few common themes:

  • Trust people to do the right thing for the company
  • Give them freedom and authority to work the way they want to
  • Push decisions down the chain as far as possible
  • Work in small batches and change things that aren’t working
  • Allow those who are capable of leading to lead, no matter what their title or position is
  • Put quality checks in place – whether it be test-driven development, or quality checks at each step in an assembly
  • Fix problems at the core and stop the line as quickly as possible – in development this would be TDD and automated builds. Once a problem is found, find the root cause and put a test or quality check in place to ensure it doesn’t happen again
  • and finally, Trust people to do the right thing for the company

martes, 11 de marzo de 2008

Question Your Work Regularly!!!!

At 37 Signals, Jason reported they are always asking questions to make sure they are doing the right things. Internally, this list of questions includes:

Lesson 5: Question Your Work Regularly

  • why are we doing this?
  • what problem are we solving?
  • is this actually useful?
  • are we adding value?
  • will this change behavior?
  • is there an easier way?
  • what's the opportunity cost?
  • is it really worth it?

Lesson 13:  Make Tiny Decisions

Rather than trying to make major decisions, when possible, Jason encouraged entrepreneurs to break problems down to the atomic level. In web properties, this is especially powerful because they've been able to break features down to the atomic level and then launch them one at a time. This is good because the team can gain momentum and celebrate little launches. However, it's also good because "when you make tiny decisions, you can't make big mistakes."

Lesson 14: Make it Matter

Jason ended his presentation by encouraging the audience to make sure their work was significant. He talked about how meaningful he felt the products they were creating were for individuals. Before opening it up for questions, he said that "everything you do should matter."

Mas .... en

¿Juzgar el pasado?

"Solamente aquel que contribuye al futuro tiene derecho a juzgar el pasado"

Friedrich Nietzsche

sábado, 1 de marzo de 2008