The Big Picture

Better software results when developers know the end goal

By Peter Varhol

Have you ever sat at your desk at work, wondering why you were doing a particular task? It’s not an uncommon feeling among developers. To understand why, we need to go back in time over a century ago.

In 1901, the first modern assembly line using interchangeable parts was created by Ransom E. Olds to build the first mass-produced automobile. A decade later, Henry Ford evolved it into a fully moving assembly line, stopping in front of each station for the precise…

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Thoughts on developers, digital transformation, startups, community building & engineering culture. Author is Mark Birch @ AWS 👉 https://twitter.com/marksbirch

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