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The Life of a Senior Software Craftsman, with Robert Firek

We caught up with our Senior Craftsperson, Robert Firek, to find out more about life at Codurance, his transition from PHP to Java and why he has such a passion for DevOps. Interested in joining us? Learn more & Apply Q. Hi Robert! Tell us...


My first steps as an embedded software craftswoman

I participated in consultancy projects a few years ago, but they were the typical ones. We would visit a company for a few hours over several days, they gave us the information they thought was useful for us, we asked questions and more details and...


My first year at Codurance

I have always been able to deliver what was asked and I was able to understand and pick up new project quickly, but the code base I would work on would always grow into something people would fear to touch, working with it would become...


Discovering Codurance during my first week as an apprentice

Respect Every morning, Sandro shakes hands with everyone when he arrives at the office. Everyday, everyone. I haven’t seen something similar in any company I’ve worked in and it’s an incredible example of respect and consideration. Transparency Everyone knows all about the economic situation of...


Bowling Kata in Clojure, F# and Scala

In one of our evening apprenticeship meetings, a pair was doing the Bowling Kata in Java. After reviewing their code, I thought that it would be a good idea to do it myself. Every craftsman at Codurance is a polyglot developer and, although we have...


Initiative Circles

We have been trying to encourage decentralised decision making at Codurance. To that effect, everyone within the company understands that they have the power to make any decision they need to make so long as they seek advise from the people that may be impacted....


Open Financials

Early this month we took a big step towards full transparency and decided to open the financials to the whole company. Our decision is aligned to the open-book management concept. Why did we do that? The short answer: it was the right thing to do....