Uncharted Waters:

January, 2015

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January 29, 2015  6:03 PM

Doing More than “Dropping Bombs”

Michael Larsen Michael Larsen Profile: Michael Larsen

It’s review time in my part of the work world. Once again, it's time to sit down, examine the year that has past, and objectively determines what it is I have done over the course of the year. Along with this is the question of how this can be reported upwards to managers and HR.

January 26, 2015  2:47 PM

The Peril of Planning

Justin Rohrman Justin Rohrman Profile: Justin Rohrman

Planning is a polarizing topic in software development. The reality is that all different types and amounts of planning will get the job done, and software made it into production long before people were arguing about when and how a plan was created. In more traditional waterfall organizations,...


January 22, 2015  3:49 PM

Heroes, Hubris and Nemesis

Michael Larsen Michael Larsen Profile: Michael Larsen

Agile software development principles strongly encourage team development, team resource sharing, and the creation and sharing of knowledge. This is a wonderful goal, but why, so very often, do we see the system stacked against the team, and focused on the individual? Think about who generally gets...


January 19, 2015  10:50 AM

Asking The Wrong Questions

Justin Rohrman Justin Rohrman Profile: Justin Rohrman

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January 16, 2015  9:30 AM

Rethinking IT Immigration

Matt Heusser Matt Heusser Profile: Matt Heusser

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January 12, 2015  5:19 PM

The Good Salesperson

Matt Heusser Matt Heusser Profile: Matt Heusser

sales image Sales. Saying the very word, out loud,...


January 12, 2015  9:35 AM

The Downside of The Internet of Things

Justin Rohrman Justin Rohrman Profile: Justin Rohrman

Last October I talked about how I think of The Internet of Things. Today I want to explore what happens when something goes wrong in technology we depend on. My first post mentioned a few...


January 4, 2015  7:11 PM

Going Off Autopilot

Justin Rohrman Justin Rohrman Profile: Justin Rohrman

My parents dropped my wife and I at Hobby airport in Houston after spending Christmas week visiting with them. The baggage ticketing line and the security lines were pretty long as you'd expect for the holiday. TSA agents kept our skies safe by patting down the 80 year old lady in a wheel chair in...


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