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Building Better Software for Everyone

When I first started to use the Internet, everything was text. We used Archie and Gopher, crawling through Usenet lists, with most everything in text format. When the WWW gained popularity with Netscape and visual browsing, this was just a … Continue reading

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Rolling Back One Bug for Another

I was working with a customer recently that develops software for use by their clients. They work in a DevOps style flow, regularly completing work and sending that to their clients. In one case, they released a hot fix quickly … Continue reading

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Keeping Unique Aliases

I am a big standards guy. Not any particular standards, but ensuring you have some in your organization and that people stick to them. Pascal case, Camel case, it doesn’t matter to me. I’ll build a habit with any of … Continue reading

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Teams That Ship

These days there is pressure on many software development teams to ship software more often. With the growth of DevOps and the numerous stories about companies that update their applications regularly, more managers are putting pressure on their development teams … Continue reading

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