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    Adventures in Tablet Land

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    I have already confessed a love of gadgets. My preference is for good ones that solve my needs and are cool. My main laptop for the last few years has been an instance of the superb Dell D800 series. (The D810 fixes many of the niggling issues with...
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    There must be food

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    Do you have a “constitution” or some other guiding principles document for your collaboration space? I have found that a short list of shared values for the team working in a collaboration space can be a valuable tool. It allows new team members...
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    Openings on the development team

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    Like all good managers I am always scouting for top talent. You never know when the stars will align and you need to add to your team. Right now I do have an opening on the team. The official job posting is here . I will be at Seattle Code Camp on...
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    No more War Rooms!

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    No I am not off my rocker or renouncing my beliefs and experiences with agile practices. I am a fan of precision. I like well engineered gadgets , cars , motorcycles , and systems . I prefer that our use of language is chosen with care to convey precise...
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    Development jobs in patterns & practices

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    Have you ever thought about working at Microsoft on creating guidance with patterns & practices? Do you want to work on a team with Peter Provost , Scott Densmore , Brad Wilson , or Jonathan Wanagel? What about working with p&p architects like...
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    Space News

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    I am a big proponent of agile software development methods. The combination of software engineering discipline and lightweight project management processes has been very successful for many projects that I have been involved in. I tend to be a bit of...
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