A monthly podcast which brings you regular discussions about software engineering topics. All of them, in one way or another, related to building great software products.
In this episode, we tackled two topics: (i) How we meet the requirements of constantly learning new technologies and what approaches we use to drive this efficiently. In addition, we try to find a common understanding, at which point in time something can be considered as known or learned. After this, we take hold of (ii) the occurrence of accidental and essential complexity in software projects described by Fred Brooks. Why it's important to understand the difference, and what we can gain from this knowledge.