Tag Archives: software

Moving in order to stay in place (ie. Continued Learning)

In our field of software development, I am constantly reminded of one immutable fact – the pace of change is still continuing to accelerate.  Whereas a person could become a software development guru back in the early 80s when I … Continue reading

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From the bookshelf (part 4)

It’s April and once again I went a whole month without blogging – not intentionally but lately work, extra tennis practice sessions with my son (who is out for Junior Varsity Tennis), and preparation for a new presentation this year … Continue reading

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Software Developers & Continuing Education

A common interview question I have for college grads is “How will you stay up to date with software development once you leave college?”  I find that some have actually started thinking about that which is good, some have actually … Continue reading

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Software, Teams and People

While waiting for a program to finish, decided it was time to finish a blog post I had started but never finished – about a month ago, during the same week, I had come across 2 excellent articles about software … Continue reading

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SD Code Camp

Well, today was the inaugural South Dakota Code Camp facilitated by Seth Larson and Chris Ortman and hosted at the CTU campus in Sioux Falls. All in all, I think everyone would consider it a successful launch and an informative … Continue reading

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