Monthly Archives: October 2016

“People aren’t afraid of failure, they are afraid of blame.” – Seth Godin

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You got time to lean, you got time to clean

The first time that I recall hearing this saying, was while watching “the great food truck race” with Tyler whats-his-face. He was schooling some of the new food-truck chefs to clean up, after a long day of working. I was … Continue reading

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Knowing when to read the signature from an Ingenico iSC480

I’ve been working on a project to integrate my team’s POS (point of sale) software with an Ingenico iSC480. The device is pretty nice looking and some of the API stuff is pretty easy, especially since you can get an … Continue reading

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Letting go, delegating, managing

Let’s just say that you are a programmer, or server admin or just about anything, and you are really good at what you do. Usually, this means that you are a person “who gets things done”. This also usually means … Continue reading

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