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Amen, brother. Preach it, SQL-type dude!
My pal, Steve, over @ SQL Server Central has been riffing on the DBA-train-thyself mantra again. Bizactly!! Too many people seem to believe that everything about their career should be paid for by their current employer... despite the fact that they usually went to school on their own nickel in the first...
17 Aug 2009
I need a new dart board. Would the MOF circle work?
I’m spending some time this weekend dusting off skills that I haven’t used for a while. After staring @ this MOF circle for waaay too long, I suddenly got the urge to jump on the bike, ride home and play darts with the kids. Heh. I’m sure you’ll see the connection. Although a MOF dartboard might not...
7 Mar 2009
Back when I was an enterprise architect...
JP Morgenthal put together a brief care-and-feeding guide for managers of enterprise architects for CIO magazine. Back when I was an enterprise architect (or pretending to be one as a consultant), these are all things my management knew. Knew as in: I wish they did more than just be aware that I wanted...
5 Feb 2009
It’s nice to be wanted!
Personally, I’ve always believed that “It’s the data, stupid!” when it comes to enterprise application development. I’m gratified to see that enterprises are figuring this out! It’s unfortunate that salaries seem to be slumping in all but three IT areas, but I’m glad to be part of one that’s not! That...
30 Jan 2009
Can you tell a great architect from a bad one?
Since I'm going to be sitting as a panel member on an MCA review board soon, I'd like to think I can, but apparently some researchers are having trouble... Highly capable designers have an incentive to choose somewhat more difficult designs to better prove their talent, while less-capable designers have...
11 Jul 2008
One thing leads to another... leads to fired?
I'm not sure what I'm supposed to get out when people start sending me links like this: 10 Signs Your Company Wants You Gone (eweek.com) Why Your Boss Doesn’t Want You to Telework (webworkerdaily.com) If the second one is actually #11 from the first...? C'est la vie. Heh. Should be fun picking...
18 Apr 2008
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