Monthly Archives: September 2015

Cowboy in a tuxedo

If you are not familiar with the term “Agile”, it typically refers to a genre of software development methodologies.  These methodologies attempt to make software development work better/smoother. The concept is summarized in “The Agile Manifesto”, as follows: We are uncovering better … Continue reading

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Fritzing 4-channel relay part

A few months ago, I made a “Fritzing part” for a 2-channel relay, and posted it here.  It seems to be one of my most popular posts to-date.  I guess a lot of people need those files. A few people … Continue reading

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Being accountable (part 2) Becoming more accountable

In part 1, I talked about accountability and its value to you and your organization. Now, I’d like to talk about what you can do to bring accountability into your group. First of all, if you are not in charge, … Continue reading

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Being accountable (part 1)

I recently watched the film “47 Ronin”. It was a very good film and I enjoyed it. (spoiler warning: if you want to see the film, skip forward to the next paragraph). However, like most American films about samurai, the … Continue reading

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