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Category: Ethics & IT
I spend most of my waking day on a computer, using software. Then I get on twitter and share all the many ways that software annoys me, frustrates me, or just plain pisses me off. Because most software sucks.
Over the last few months, something has been sticking me in the left side of my brain as it pertains to computing and the overall feel to where we are in computing. This came about in some great conversations during the recent MVP Summit and sparked th…
The Successful Consulting Series is a set of articles that are being written to both, help decisions on joining the consulting field and also, help existing consultants in their professional development initiatives. Please visit, “Successful Consulting…
It was a hard decision, but I recently left what was the best job I'd ever had in my life. A lot of what made it great was the people there, but a big part of it was the way we worked as well. Since frequent retrospectives were such an important part o…
This post really started over fifteen years ago, if only I had known it then. You see, once upon a time I wrote a piece of code with nonsense variable names and, another time, a bunch of dynamic, inline SQL, and there was that time I tried to write half the program on one line. And lets not even get started on error messages.... Then I got better.
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