Monthly Archives: July 2013

Back and Better

It’s been a great couple of weeks for me. Even though there was a work trip in the middle, I had a couple days off, travel, two partial work days, and then 3 days with my daughter in Northern California. … Continue reading

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Less QA?

Throughout most of my career, people have complained that software is never tested enough, not tested well, and certainly not enough time is allocated in project plans. I’d also argue that all too often we don’t have people building software … Continue reading

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Data Farming

This editorial was originally published on Oct 13, 2008. It is being re-run as Steve is out today, traveling to a SQL in the City event and SQL Saturday in Sacramento. It’s a fictional story, or at least I hope … Continue reading

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Moving to the Heartland

This editorial was originally published on Oct 17, 2008. It is being republished as Steve is on vacation. This is kind of a US-based editorial, but I suspect that it applies in other countries as well. I caught this article … Continue reading

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