Monthly Archives: December 2017

Knowing what you don’t know

A few weeks ago, I had the joy of experiencing a new twist on an old problem: gathering requirements.  I have a small project which has missed a deadline or two.  Naturally, I’ve heard question a few times: “when will it … Continue reading

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Knowing something you don’t

Now that I’m all grown up, I can actually laugh when someone says (in a condescending manner) that they know something that you don’t. Sometimes they may even say it with a tone of disbelief: “You don’t know that!!? I … Continue reading

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Troubleshooting, and 3rd parties

Working on a project, with another vendor, is not always the walk-through-the-park that one might expect.  I’ve done this a few times in my career. Like with anything, there is some good and some bad. When things are going good, … Continue reading

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