Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Agile Cult

This editorial was originally published on Sept 23, 2008. It is being re-run as Steve is on vacation. Can developers change the way they build things? Can corporations? I’d like to think so. After all there are companies and developers … Continue reading

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A Vacation and Traveling to Sacramento

I’ve got a couple days off, starting today after my webinar on Preparing for When Disaster Strikes. I’ve got some family in town, and since I haven’t taken vacation in some time, I’m looking forward to being unwired for a … Continue reading

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Hiring Heterogeneously

I wrote recently about tech interviews and hiring, and even on an interesting interviewing technique for senior people. However we need to hire more than just senior people. We need to hire junior people, and intermediate people. Those roles are important … Continue reading

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DR Failovers

Almost everyone struggles with setting up disaster recovery plans and resources. There are a few companies that take their DR seriously, but for most organizations, it’s an afterthought. It’s an insurance premium that can easily be avoided if there are … Continue reading

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