Category Archives: Editorial

Favorite Cars

Ars Technica recently wrote about their favorite cars of 2019, which is an interesting list. They get to test a lot and I read their reviews to see what they glean. I love cars, and enjoy driving different vehicles, and … Continue reading

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A Problem with Cowboy Coding

As we implement more automation and complexity in our systems, we increase the ability of every worker to accomplish more during their day. In many cases, this is a good thing, as many of us have no shortage of tasks … Continue reading

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Great Writers Get Hired

It’s not a guarantee that great writers get hired, but this interview with Basecamp CEO, Jason Fried, talks about their process selecting new employees. Recently they got 4,000 applications for 5 jobs, which is a lot, though not that unusual. As … Continue reading

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Quick Security Mistakes

How many of you have gotten an urgent request from someone in your organization? Maybe it’s a new database, perhaps a quick, “simple” change to an application, possibly even a new server or share that someone can use to complete … Continue reading

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