Monthly Archives: June 2014

How to make accurate estimates

During my days as a consultant, things started-out easy.  I got paid “time and materials”.  Which means that it was somebody else’s responsibility to keep me productive.  After a few years, the consulting world changed a little and the customers … Continue reading

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Surprise, you’re a leader

Back when I was a senior in high school, I was taken by surprise when people started to look up to me. I guess it had never happened before. My parents and friends were sold on the idea of people … Continue reading

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Why is MVC so hard in ASP.NET?

A few weeks ago, someone posted a response to one of my blog posts. At first glance, it looked like some nice troll-bait. It amounted to this: why are .NET programmers so whiney about MVC? I had to laugh (on … Continue reading

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