Monthly Archives: March 2013

I’m just a different kind of doctor

When I started in data processing, some many years ago, friends would ask me what I did for a living. I never knew how to explain it. Then one day, I started thinking about what I did and all of […]

Test or Being Tested

I’ve been in data processing for a long time. In a lot a ways I’m old fashioned. Something that was instilled in me from day one is that when creating custom programs, or even changing them, you test and then […]

We are going IPO, baby!

This one is for all programmers, and want-to-be computer programmers out there. On a daily basis, people experience what is best described as a result. The websites, music, and even the prepared meals are all examples of a result.  They […]

This is a no ESP zone. Talk to me.

The success or failure of any project comes right down to communication between all of the members of the team. I have seen many projects end badly because of a single person was not aware of some important fact. People […]

Is Free Wi-Fi Overrated?

From time to time, I find myself using coffee shops that have Wi-Fi for meetings with clients. It’s great that many of these places offer this valuable service, along with good coffee and treats. For as great as free connections […]