Sprint 2 Retrospective

In Sprint 2 we didn’t exactly have tasks to work on or complete. The issue with this is we didn’t really know where to focus our attention. A lot of our spare time was researching testing, and making sure everyone’s servers were working. Once we had the servers working we had no additional reasons to... Continue Reading →


Apprenticeship Pattern – Sustainable Motivations

  The pattern I chose this week I thought was interesting from the name. The name is what initially made me want to check out the pattern ‘Sustainable Motivations”. As it would turn out this pattern really resonated with me. Sustainable motivations talks about how you can develop you skills less effectively if you are... Continue Reading →

Sprint Retrospective – Sprint 1

Well a not so wonderful start to my Ampath adventure and I think that is putting it lightly. My first experience was filled with errors, problems, and set backs. However what was important in this time of stress was to remain calm and not let me mental dwindle. I was consistently frustrated first trying to... Continue Reading →

Do Doctors Hate Their Computers?

Atul Gawande talks in great detail about his experience with Epic and the experience of others that he has talked with. Atul if a surgeon so his direct experience would differ from someone like Sadoughi who is a primary care doctor. He went on to explain what epic was, and that was a system that... Continue Reading →

Apprenticeship Patterns and my Reactions

Apprenticeship Patterns: Guidance for the Aspiring Software Craftsman by Dave Hoover and Adewale Oshineye, is an interesting read. The beginning really focuses in on the Craftsmanship of programming. Dictionary.com defines craftsmanship as, a person who practices or is highly skilled in a craft; artisan. Hoovers adapted definition for this word is where the main focus lies. It is still a craft, or art piece, where... Continue Reading →

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