Monthly Archives: October 2008

About Clever Code

I just read a quote that rocked my world: “Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place. Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are, by definition, not smart enough to … Continue reading

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MSDN Event – Q3 2008

Yesterday was the MSDN Event in Livonia. The topics were SQL Server 2008 (sweeeeet), VSTO 2008 (meh), and Silverlight 2.0 (kewl).   The event was held at Embassy Suites on 7 mile and I96.  I had never been in there … Continue reading

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Consulting 101 – Part 1

Throughout my career, I have had the benefit of working with some very wise people.  I tried to listen closely and absorb their words.  I have had the benefit of passing some of this wisdom on to others.  I have … Continue reading

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My first mashup

Okay, web 2.0 stuff has been on my radar for more than a year now, but I always have difficulty spending time learning (doing) new stuff unless I am using it for something tangible. So, at my new job, when … Continue reading

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