Change of atmosphere is actually a much faster way to learn, as I recently found out due to a job change. A lot of time spent in the same environment working with the same people and learning stagnates. If you really want to learn something different, be bold, take a risk, and change jobs. Another
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In order to succeed as a team, in any sort of team, you have to follow this basic principle, which has been applied and maybe is accepted universally. The principle is simple. Appoint a Leader Leader makes council with the team Leader makes a decision Team supports leader in his or her decision
My experiences with outsourcing including tips on how to save millions of dollars or waste them.
This is a very shallow comparison of my experiences with PHP and ASP.NET Don’t take this as a religious war or something, the idea is just some basic comparison. Here is a summary: If you are choosing which technology to use to build an application, use .NET. You will get more bang for the buck. With
Two interesting examples as to how you can solve many problems not just in coding but in your life too by applying the principles of unit testing. This post gives you something to think about in regards to unit testing and why to use it in a more broad perspective.
Estimation is a skill that is essential when doing software development and software engineering. Here are five points that are practical and can be used towards understanding how to estimate and improve your estimates.
My initial experiences with pair programming and the benefits I see from it.
Using time to your advantage in order to achieve great results at your place of employment. This tip has been used successfully several times by me to implement remarkable changes in our process with full approval of management!
This article is based on Canadian vacation laws. It seems that most people don’t understand that by law we get 4% vacation. So where does this number of 2 weeks come from? Well If you calculate 50 weeks * 4%, you will end up with 2 weeks, what that means is in 1 year, you
An interpretation of a psychological experiment and how it applies at the work place – how people are unwilling to change and continue to repeat past patterns of behavior for no reason other than thats the way it was always done.