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Disclosing the How

Many of us have written a computer program of some sort. Maybe just a script to complete a task, maybe complex software the clients interact with. For all of us, I would guess that we’ve been asked to do something, … Continue reading

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UX Matters

When I was early in my career, VB v4 was popular, and easy. So many basic apps were built by not only software developers, but people in other departments with an interest in programming. Through VB v6, I found so … Continue reading

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Do it. Try it. Fix it.

“Do it. Try it. Fix it.” – Sam Walton That quote is interesting, and while I don’t think Sam Walton was thinking about software, this is the loop that I, and many others, follow. We see a problem, and we … Continue reading

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Live versus Stored Data

I’ve been working with various technologies as experiments over the last few years. I’m curious how useful I find them, as well as how they might help the clients and customers I run into at Redgate Software. I think Jupyter … Continue reading

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