This is just a link-puke of a bunch of articles I've been meaning to post/talk about. So here we go (say bye bye to your morning)
First up, a mildly misleading heading of kanban vs scrum. It's really how one can be used to streamline the other.
Next up are a pair of articles from the same site. First one talks about overcoming poor architectural choices and a rather candid discussion on "disaster porn". Love that description.
A couple psych ones. First one is amazingly nerdy and in my opinion, expands on the feedback principle. Random nerd fun fact - technically, Pe (error positivity) can be instantly recognized, which for the human brain is 130-180ms and falls with the range of the study which measured it at 100-500ms.
and not to be outdone, a discussion on sugar vs protein and being awake.
Another article I found very interesting was on leading clever people (I agree with it, especially "create a galaxy")
And finally, on a similar vein is a concept of "developeronomics" ...