Monthly Archives: February 2016

The edge of scope

I don’t think I coined this term, but my colleagues think I might have. Imagine for a moment: you are working on a project with a hard deadline. You simply must hit your deadline. In that case, your greatest foe … Continue reading

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Helping, sometimes at the expense of others

Microsoft has a really great site where developers can make suggestions for features that should be added to the next rev of Visual Studio. You can also vote on existing suggestions. So far, two of the ten that I voted … Continue reading

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The right time to panic – Part 2

*** Disclaimer: This is not about my current job. Carry on. *** In part 1, we looked at emergencies in IT departments and discussed some ways to handle things. In this part, I would like to talk about [what to … Continue reading

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