Monthly Archives: August 2016

Why it is so hard to produce excellence

Every IT manager, CIO, HR person or recruiter will tell you that it is hard to find good programmers.  This seems a little strange to me, because programming is really not that hard, once you catch-on.  Of course, there are … Continue reading

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The bus stop, by your desk

Software development projects often seem to get lead by non-developers. It is not a big surprise, considering the fact that developers really just love to develop.  Anything else (like timelines, budgets, and resources) are just distractions. VPs really care about some boring … Continue reading

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People who hate you for doing a good job

I, and many of my peers have experienced the phenomenon, when you have a colleague that seems to “have it in for you”. Everything you do, just seems to grind their corn. This person isn’t your boss. So the person … Continue reading

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