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Coding Magic Values

It’s 2023. I would hope all software developers would learn that hard coding specific values in your system is more likely to cause issues than not. Across the years, we’ve learned not everything is installed on the c: drive, or … Continue reading

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The Cost of Employee Turnover

Sometime during the first 3-4 months of the pandemic, after offices all over the world closed, I thought that a lot of businesses would try to hold on to existing employees and minimize turnover. I also thought many employees would … Continue reading

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Killing IE

Sort of. Apparently, Microsoft will kill off IE in Feb 2023 in Windows 10. The lifecycle page notes that IE will be permanently disabled with an Edge update. For earlier OSes, it isn’t quite clear what will happen. However, extended … Continue reading

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Improving Skills at Work

A large part of the success I’ve had in my career has come from growing my skills, both technical and soft, throughout the years. I’ve always been driven to learn more and improve my ability to accomplish the tasks I’ve … Continue reading

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