Lately, I have been struggling with some of the management side of projects. The concepts of estimates, deadlines and work completed do not always align in ways that make people happy. The problems with estimates and deadlines had pushed me closer to agile methods before, but not all projects can be run in the manner […]

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This is a guest post from Lior Levin. In a day and time where people are often tied down by 10+ tasks and to-dos a day, it can be hard to keep up with it all. I find it hard to believe that any true freelancer, professional or student can live without some type of […]

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Throughout my career, I have been blessed with the ability to effectively translate technology issues to business users. At one point I was even told that I “explain technology to the users in a way that makes sense and does not make them feel stupid.” This has also been a focus for this blog, explaining […]

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As is typical in the blogosphere, people will latch onto whatever topic is popular or controversial. Today, I read an interesting post from Michael Arrington regarding the responses to his investment policy. In his “Screw Them All” post, he says something very interesting, and possibly obvious to some people: the really important thing to remember, […]

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I love how things happen. First, I ask for feedback on the blog Facebook page about what types of posts people would like to see. Someone asks for more career advice for senior level people, and then two other blog posts appear that make my job a lot easier. There are a lot of topics […]

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