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How Perfect Should Our Software Be?

I’ve a fan of Basecamp (formerly 37Signals). I think that Jason and David run their company, business, design, and software in a fascinating way. If I didn’t work for an amazing company (Redgate Software), I’d might see if they want a DBA/evangelist. Over … Continue reading

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The Downside of Tool Autonomy

I am a big believer in letting teams of people work in a way that allows them some autonomy to solve a problem. I think this is especially important in the software world, where developers need to experiment and learn … Continue reading

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Measuring Effectiveness

I’ve never been the guy that produced code the fastest, or the most code in a day. I haven’t been able to show that I work the most hours, or that I even keep great hours. I’m often late or … Continue reading

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Porting SQLServerCentral

Like a few of you, I’ve been working with WordPress as a blogging platform. Over the years I’ve tried a few different pieces of blogging software, but I really like WordPress. I’m not alone as there are estimates that 20-30% … Continue reading

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