I have had several business books sitting on my shelf waiting for me to read. These were books that I meant to read ages ago, but never got around to. One of those books was Good to Great by Jim Collins. I typically do not recommend that people buy specific books on this blog because […]

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Timing is an interesting thing. This week, I was in some company sponsored training. The training was regarding Test Driven Development (TDD), Refactoring and Acceptance Tests using Fitnesse. If your company can afford it, I would highly recommend calling ObjectMentor and requesting this course taught by Robert Martin. The general idea is that programmers should […]

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All of the hype and echo regarding the Facebook vanity URLs is fairly deafening. If you look at TechMeme this morning, there is almost as much mention of this as there was for the new iPhone. Within all of this, there is one logical post by Chris Messina. If you do not know who Chris […]

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Om Malik wrote a post about the new mobile phones yesterday that made me realize something. We have not seen such radical change in the mobile space since the invention of mobile phones. Until recently, smart phones were really just the Palm and Blackberry. Those phones were really just good address books with email. Browsing […]

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As usual, there were a large number of posts about Twitter this week. I am sure you already realized that I am going to add to this number as well. I have talked about Twitter as infrastructure before. I think it was fairly obvious with so many early adopters enamored with Twitter that it was […]

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