How Much is Enough?

March 25, 2007 by · Comment
Filed under: Process, Project management 

Quite often in working with clients, questions will pop up in a vein that fits into the general theme of “How much of this should I do, how many of these should I have?” Read more

Technological Heart Attack

March 18, 2007 by · Comment
Filed under: Agility, Leadership 

Whirr-click…whirr-click…barely perceptible. I wouldn’t have noticed it at all, except for the fact that I was starting to wonder whether my computer was going to wake up at all. Read more

Validate Your Assumptions

March 11, 2007 by · Comment
Filed under: Leadership, People 

Last week I mentioned a particularly nasty bug from way back that held us up for weeks as we were trying to implement an RS422 protocol between two devices. Read more

Use The Force

March 4, 2007 by · Comment
Filed under: Process, Project management 

Way back, about 20 years ago (OK, perhaps a bit further back…), I started my career working on embedded systems. At one point, I recall debugging a serial protocol between two devices. There was one particularly nasty problem, one that for quite a while simply refused to be solved. More about that nasty bug and the lessons learned next week. Read more

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