Friday, September 21, 2007

speedlinking

rather than just taking on jobs you can put your heart into, you should find a way to put your heart into everything you do.”

Windows Mobile: Feature Prioritization

In these days where we’re shipping software every day, and just cause a site is out there doesn’t mean it’s anywhere close to done, it’s important to recognize that sites may be works in progress.

stand in front of them and explain this bright thing

Tips (etc.) on using flip charts

if you still want to dynamically create WSDL files (using the http://localhost/vDir/myService.asmx?WSDL) with your own minOccurs values

Ease of use can lead to new uses...

"How can we even think of saving chimpanzees if the humans around them are struggling to survive?" That was the question posed by Dr. Jane Goodall, who's devoted 47 years of her life studying chimps in the Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania

Top Ten Signs Your Software Project is Doomed

The Mathemagician's Guide to Lightning Calculation and Amazing Math Tricks.

Note From Boss To Employees

I majored in super annoying grammar correction in college

PowerPoint (or Keynote) is a great tool to AMPLIFY what we are saying, but not serve as our scripts, or substitute for our own communication experience when we are speaking.

Try to avoid having BOOL function parameters

CSS Naked Day

scope creep

Precision in language

How To Make Your Own Domain An OpenID

10 tips for leading your team to peak performance

Jobs that don’t require a specialty are low level. To move up you need to be great at something, and you have to let people know what you don’t do. No one is great at everything. Even if your goal is not to get to the executive suite, you should specialize. When you want to take five months off to hike in Tibet, if you are easily replaced, you will be. If you have a skill that is hard to duplicate, your job will be there for you when you get back.

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