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Author Archives: Joe Ocampo
Pablo’s Fiesta Wanted to take this time to say thank you to everyone that attended Pablo’s Fiesta. This community surprises me every year with the amount of content and dialog that is discussed by so many passionate professionals. Without each … Continue reading
Registration is open for the this years annual “Pablo’s Fiesta!” We at LosTechies believe in constantly providing insight and strengthening the passion and creativity to our ever expanding software community. Not to mention have an excuse to party and code! … Continue reading
I am proud to announce that John Pertersen has joined LosTechies! We are all looking forward to his perspective and insights into software development.
I am proud to announce that Rod Paddock has joined LosTechies! We are all looking forward to his perspective and insights into software development.
I was really inspired by Jimmy Bogards latest post. I find that taking the simplest path does not always lead a team down the most best path that towards sustainable flow (continuity). I am a huge proponent of Agile Modeling. … Continue reading
Exactly! I am always amazed of how much software is created with the intention of solving a business problem, only to be deployed to production and not deliver any value to the organization. Some will argue that this is what … Continue reading
I am proud to announce that Sharon Cichelli has graciously agreed to join LosTechies! We are all looking forward to her perspective and insights into software development. Sharon is an active member of the Austin .NET users community. Her passion … Continue reading
Getting Ruby setup on Ubuntu – Jaunty UPDATED: Added RSpec for Rails as well Here are some quick steps to get you up and running with Ruby on Ubuntu, Take about 15 minutes depending on your internet connection. Step 1: … Continue reading
UPDATE: This excercise is ideal for large projects with many SME’s in the room. In this case I was building a Loan Orgination System for a bank with 10+ SME’s in the room that were all arguing with each other … Continue reading
I was recently asked the following question, “How do you best manage changes in scope and direction in an agile project?” Embracing change is the quintessential backbone of Agile. How to manage it is a whole other story. The difficult … Continue reading