Monthly Archives: January 2008

Should you blog?

Jeremy Miller has a great post on should you blog. I agree completely with Jeremy in that as a professional software developer you should blog regardless of your experience.  Jeremy points out a lot of good points and bad so … Continue reading 

Posted in Agile Project Coaching & Management | 3 Comments

dog : cat :: developer :developer :)

Roy Osherove is looking for some help on his book on how to explain the ease of changeability of private vs. public methods. He is looking for an analogous representation on how to better convey this concept to the reader. … Continue reading 

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How to drink from a fire hose

I have encountered several people over the last week who have simply lost interest in the Alt.Net mailing list due to the overflow of information.  Simply to much information to keep up with.  So I asked them to show me … Continue reading 

Posted in altnetconf, Tools | 5 Comments

(A Belated) Welcome Chad Myers!

Sorry about this one Chad, I accidentally saved it to my draft folder. LosTechies happily welcomes Chad Myers to the crew! Now I have even more people to hang out with in Austin! Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post … Continue reading 

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Passionate about People!

Over the last couple of weeks I have had time to observe many aspects of myself and of the development community. One of the epiphanies I had was that I am passionate about people more than coding. I love to … Continue reading 

Posted in Agile Project Coaching & Management, Agile Teams | 1 Comment