Monthly Archives: September 2009

More Duct Tape

Wow – hot week on the blog front with Joel Spolsky’s still-glowing-from-the-heat post The Duct Tape Programmer which boils down to yet another religious war with the absolute developers – those that believe there are some absolute truths involving whatever … Continue reading

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Memory and Getting Things Done

Recently, during a week-long training course  (props to the very excellent custom training by Brian Noyes), I ended the week with about 30 pages of handwritten notes on legal paper and someone asked  me why I write so much and … Continue reading

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Proposal for a new Title

I’ve mentioned how I have had the privilege these past few years to hear some very good speakers, seen some awesome demos and been part of some very effective training sessions but something really clicked this last week for me regarding … Continue reading

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