Monthly Archives: March 2014

A timely lesson on logic

One of the most indispensable resources on the entire internet is a simple web page that describes the generally¬†accepted logical fallacies. When you encounter a debate that seems confusing or intuitively incorrect, it’s a great technique to look over the

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Why I’m no longer a “consultant”

Does this meeting sound familiar to you?

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Hmm… upgrades!

Marky Roden has published an excellent post on the difference between what’s good for developers and what’s good for users over at his Xomino blog. I wanted to give my reply due consideration, and spent a bit of time thinking

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Really IBM?

“Bluemix is for the quick creation of applications by line of business developers. The reason: we used to hear the line of business ask for applications, and we’d talk about development in months, then we’d talk about weeks, now we

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