Rigid adherence to any software ideology is detrimental.
Stand-ups should never take more than 1 minute per person. This does not mean each person gets 1 minute each.
Stand-ups should not include more than 10 people. More can be allowed if they take a blood oath to never talk.
It’s pronounced with a hard G, like in “Graphics”.
Less process is generally better. Process burden need not be a function of team or company size.
Avoid big refactorings/rearchitecture when possible. Refactor in place instead.
Never rely on unproven third-party software. This does not mean “never use third-party software”.
Periods inside of quotation marks are dumb.
New features automatically become riskier the more the product / project matures.
99% of potential new features make a mature product worse.
You will need to concentrate on Application Security sooner than you think.
The word “Cybersecurity” reminds me of the movie Hackers. Stop cyber-ing everything.