Uncharted Waters:

March, 2015

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March 30, 2015  9:00 AM

The Time Thief

Matt Heusser Matt Heusser Profile: Matt Heusser
Business

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March 23, 2015  11:04 AM

Career Direction: Startup Or Big And Established

Justin Rohrman Justin Rohrman Profile: Justin Rohrman

When I look through local software company lists and job advertisements, it's easy to make a few generalizations. There are big companies that have been around a long time; they are stable and the people working there don't have much to worry about. And then on the other side, there are very small,...


March 16, 2015  10:00 AM

The People Game

Matt Heusser Matt Heusser Profile: Matt Heusser
HR, IT, Leadership, Project management

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March 16, 2015  9:25 AM

HP Is Patenting Continuous Delivery

Justin Rohrman Justin Rohrman Profile: Justin Rohrman

Feburary 20th of 2014, HP published a patent (originally filed in 2012) for implementing performance tests in an environment using continuous delivery. The content of the patent is pretty general, there are definitions of...


March 12, 2015  10:17 AM

Even Technical Writing Deserves A Real Voice

Michael Larsen Michael Larsen Profile: Michael Larsen

One of my daily frustrations is reading through technical documentation. Sometimes it is for my own product (and thus, internal). Much of the time, it also involves materials on the web, i.e. researching an open source tool. There is a brisk trade in the book market today for technology titles,...


March 9, 2015  9:15 AM

Who Benefits From Code Refactoring?

Justin Rohrman Justin Rohrman Profile: Justin Rohrman

ITWorld recently published an article about a study claiming refactoring usually doesn't result in improved code quality. The authors of the study say "Even though some of those...


March 5, 2015  3:09 PM

Is Your Killer App Slowly Killing You?

Michael Larsen Michael Larsen Profile: Michael Larsen

I've been working with technology professionally now for twenty-four years, and in all that time, there is one "killer app" that just will not go away. This app may, frankly, be causing stress that is bad for our overall health. I am, of course, talking about E-Mail.


March 2, 2015  9:28 AM

Installing Windows 8.1 On A Mac

Justin Rohrman Justin Rohrman Profile: Justin Rohrman

I'm writing this post from a fresh installation of Windows 8.1 on a MacBook Pro. I spent about half of Saturday researching, and downloading files, installing things, and waiting. There was a lot of waiting. Systems administration isn't my idea of a good time, so this was a little tedious for...


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