@@ 60,7 60,7 @@ This begs the question: "how can your boss trust that you will do this job when
Don't get me started on money... Let's just assume that he can't, so he needs to measure, right? and as the number of subordinates grows the cognitive load of measurement grows as well. Of course we are now in the process of inventing some nightmare machines to create the perfect tyranny, exactly to solve this problem, but I want to approach this from another angle...
But first, software, because it is easy to identify the growth-myopia that defines the enterprise in the way _we_ write software.
But first, software, because it is easy to identify the growth-myopia that defines the enterprise by looking at the way _we_ write software.
A good way to illustrate this idea that "continuous growth implies that we should create more problems than solutions" is to look at how easily this can be achieved with terrible software.