Let Your Process Go

In my previous work place, we were using ClearCase for source control. We were programming in a Unix environment and we we’re using cleartool for our ClearCase needs. We didn’t use a workflow control tool or anything. Code reviews were mandatory, but it wasn’t enforced by a higher power. The team was self-governed in this respect. Code reviews were conducted 99% of the time. It was pretty fun.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://amir.rachum.com/blog/2012/04/16/let-your-process-go/

Agreed -- I appreciate the insightful post and love the Alan Kay quote. It seems as though good-faith exceptions to processes should be okay, and common exceptions should be documented and discussed.

Hi Steve,
Thanks for reading and thanks for your comment!