Category: What NOT To Do

How to run a software development company (INTO THE GROUND) – Part 7

It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these.  I wish I could say that it was because the bucket was running low, but it’s not.  Unfortunately, most of the examples that spring to mind lately are a tad too personal to vent them in public (right now), but here’s a solid, non-offensive practice…

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How to run a software development company (INTO THE GROUND) – Part 6

Oh yeaaaaaaah! It's Friday, and even though I'm busy as all get-out (which is actually related to today's HTRASDC article), I'm going to bestow  the greatness of my writing upon your face.  Enjoy! Do everything at the last minute Failure to plan == planning for success, or at least that's what I've heard from this…

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How to run a software development company (INTO THE GROUND) – Part 5

Damn, we’re at part five already?  You might think that I’d be running low on material by now, but fortunately I have witnessed a horrifying number of ways in which people have tried to run a software project, most of which ended in disaster.  This week we’re going to touch on something that I’m still…

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How to run a software development company (INTO THE GROUND) – Part 4

It’s Friday, so it is time for part 4 in the series that Time magazine calls "… a breakthrough in blogging."  Ok, they didn’t say that, but I’m sure they would if this series was actually a breakthrough in blogging.  Practice Dragon Management Dragon Management is a brand new approach to managing your peons that…

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