Monthly Archives: July 2013

Much Ado about Nothing?

With the exception of anyone studying for the PMP, I doubt anyone else noticed that as of this summer the PMI cut fully over to the latest incarnation of their Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge – The … Continue reading

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Technical Debt

In a number of articles and posts, writers have referred to the situation when testing is cut short, or just done poorly, and sub-standard work is released. The cause can be anything from the business drivers demanding an early release, … Continue reading

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A Series of Unfortunate Events – Bereft of Electronica

The storms that have effectively cancelled Halloween in the northeast US for the past two years (Snowtober in 2011, in Hurricane Sandy 2012) did so mainly due to the widespread power outages left in their wake. During this time, it … Continue reading

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A Series of Unfortunate Events – Everyone assumes the worst

As part of my being given the opportunity to relaunch my career I had to relinquish the company laptop. This was fair enough as it was company machine, but it allowed the following to unfold. My laptop had several reports on … Continue reading

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