Monthly Archives: September 2016

Wheels that need to squeak

I’m sure you have heard the phrase “the squeaky wheel gets the grease”. Basically, if you need something done and it is not just getting itself done, you should speak-up and complain, maybe even make a bit of a ruckus, … Continue reading

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Both sides of craftsmanship

I recently read a good article titled “The Dark Side of Craftsmanship“. In the article Ted Neward tells a story about a well-meaning developer who posts some sloppy code to a public forum and is criticized harshly. Mr. Neward correctly … Continue reading

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