Common Causes of Very Bad Decisions · Collaborative Fundcollaborativefund.com/blog/bad-decisions/
Italian psychologist Massimo Piattelli-Palmarini was once asked why people keep making the same mistakes. He said: Inattention, distraction, lack of interest, poor preparation, genuine stupidity, timidity, braggadocio, emotional imbalance, ideological, racial, social or chauvinistic prejudices, and aggressive or prevaricatory instincts. Let me add some more: Incentives can tempt good people to push the boundaries farther than they’d ever imagine. Financial boundaries, moral boundarie...
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Lessons from 6 software rewrite stories – Herb Caudill – Mediummedium.com/@herbcaudill/lessons-from-6-software-rewrite-stories-635e4c8f7c22
Almost two decades ago, Joel Spolsky excoriated Netscape for rewriting their codebase in his landmark essay Things You Should Never Do. He concluded that a functioning application should never, ever…