Monthly Archives: May 2016

No supervision? Beware

[Disclaimer: This is not about my current job.  Carry-on.] Once a guy (or gal) gets enough experience under his belt, you are going to come across a potentially dangerous little condition called “I hired you because you know what you … Continue reading

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Interview questions you should ask

I’ve had a few interviews in my career.  Each time, at the end of the interview, they always ask “do you have any questions for us?”  I used to get caught off-guard by this question and fumble for something to … Continue reading

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Why your project needs to be reviewed

Imagine for a moment, that you have been handed a project that was done by somebody else? You look at it, and maybe the whole thing isn’t perfect *ehem*. I’m sure you’ve seen this before. Nearly every program that you … Continue reading

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Boss or Legend

In my career, I’ve had two really good bosses. I really enjoyed working for each. When I think back on both of those two bosses, I know there were a lot of things that went really well with both of … Continue reading

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