Johanna Rothman leads us off with an article regarding what development and test managers do in an agile organization. If you have any interest in our industry and how management works, you need to be reading Johanna’s blog. Aaron Harris talks about managing your cofounder, because if you don’t it could be all downhill from […]

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We start with an excellent post from Valeria Maltoni on what makes people different than machines. Amazon goes after Google and Micrsoft by announcing WorkMail. Google fights back, posting about cloud pricing, how nobody understands how to compare offerings, and oh yeah “we are cheaper”. As always, enjoy today’s items, and please participate in the […]

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Today we have a good article on becoming an engineering manager from TechCrunch. Liz Keogh wrote an interesting post on using scenarios for experiment design. For some reason we had to open source releases of code search and analysis tools, Kythe from Google and Hound from Etsy on the Code as Craft blog. As always, […]

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There was some really interesting news yesterday. Cablevision announces a wifi-only phone service, which might be really useful for lower income families or people looking to replace their home phone. Google gets some help with its Wallet purchasing by partnering with WePay. With Apple Pay growing, this could be the type of thing that finally […]

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On Friday, Microsoft announced the purchase of Revolution Analytics. Seth Godin drops some genius on advice and criticism. 0 FPS gives us more about collision detection. And Venture Beat tells us why enterprises are taking a while to adopt devops. There are a bunch of good posts today, so make sure you take a look. […]

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