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  • Blog Post: Apple Doesn’t Suck

    Reading the title you might think I am pulling a Don Dodge… the Microsoft evangelist you got canned, moved to Google, and almost immediately penned a blog post on the wonders of Apple versus stodgy old Microsoft .  No that’s not it… I thought to write this blog post after recently writing on my...
  • Blog Post: $#*! My Dev Manager Says

    Prologue I read somewhere that one maxim of a successful blog was that you should never apologize for not having posted in a while… ….that’s all I have to say on that. Premise “ $#*! My Dad Says ” is a popular internet meme where comedian Justin Halpern shares the salty and (inadvertently) funny comments...
  • Blog Post: I'm Speaking At the Better Software Conference - June 9, 2010 in Las Vegas

    Testing with Real Users - User Interaction and Beyond, with Online Experimentation Evidence shows than more than half of the ideas that we think will improve the user experience actually fail to do so—and some actually make it worse. Instead of guessing, why not measure what your real users like and...
  • Blog Post: Conditional Formatting of Appointments in Outlook 2010

    Note: if you have problems with Outlook or this feature, please check out the Answers Forum , and/or this tutorial . Conditional Formatting in is a neat feature that lets you create rules for your appointments, and formats them based on those rules. For example I have a rule: If subject contains any...
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