Monthly Archives: September 2017

Getting through to someone

Today was like a whole new day for me. I got through to someone. Maybe it doesn’t sound like a big deal to you, but I have teenage kids. So, I don’t exactly feel like “I’m getting through” to people … Continue reading

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Switching from dev-process to maint-process

I was going to name this article “Maturity model for maintenance programming”, but every time I read that title, I cringed. Maintenance programming is not much fun. It sounds a bit like “prison guard” or “mortician”, or some other unpleasant … Continue reading

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