Monthly Archives: November 2015

How to avoid a job that will make you miserable

Maybe you are one of the lucky people who has found a great place and you never want to leave. If so, congrats. I have been at a few great places and I loved it. The¬†only reason I left each … Continue reading

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Talking too much, not enough

I’m sure that you’ve been around people with tremendous social stamina. I have a few friends like that. When they are in the room, you are lucky to get a word in edgewise. I can’t compete with them. That is … Continue reading

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Estimation Techniques (part 1 of 2)

Developers often get asked the question “how long does it take to make a program?” If you are working on a small project, and clearly, it could take a day or two, then you don’t need a lot of science … Continue reading

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