First of all, if you are a reader of my old peter.csontos.info blog, congratulations for finding the new one!
Why did I make this change? The root cause is very simple: the web hosting service provider I’m working with has announced that they are discontinuing the service I’ve been using for my blog. Therefore, I had to change both the domain name of my blog and the content management system used. The new CMS is WordPress, which is something I seem to like using (after less than one day, but still, first impressions are important, right?).
Luckily Go Daddy provided not only a way of moving the content of my old blog to the new one, but also published an excellent step-by-step guide about how to do it easily. So here it is, old content is all here, and new stuff is coming up soon.
I still have to tweak the look and feel a bit yet, but this is already a minimal viable product, so enjoy!
By the way, I think I owe you an explanation about the name itself.
Many topics about lean and agile software engineering and project management methodologies are highly subjective and sometimes even religious. Is TDD dead or alive? Can we count on estimations? Should we invest in test automation? Can the outcome of software engineering be reliably measured? Sometimes it’s not too hard to find answers, but sometimes it seems to be close to impossible.
However, anyone can definitely have something about these tricky questions: subjective personal opinions, or in another nice word: beliefs.