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Typemock Academy Launch

It’s been a while since I felt so excited and proud at the same time.  We are three days from the official launch of the Typemock Academy. And even [...]

The First Rule to Software Craftsmanship

There has been a lot of noise about software craftsmanship. I think it’s great that people are talking about how software development should become a true [...]

Goal-driven Development

Years ago (well not that many years)…when I was working for a large company, I was asked during my midyear review to identify my goals. I remember that my [...]

The nightmare called Delegating to Contractors

The answer to ‘How do you decide what to delegate?’ Should be very easy. If it is not one of your core competencies, give it to someone to whom it is. That [...]

Leaving the Echo Chamber

Unfortunately I can’t tell you about our next product as of yet, but I can promise that you will hear about it very soon. What I can share with you is that [...]

Being a Leader is overrated

Reading a blog post about leadership versus being a boss, I started to think about this matter again. I honestly don’t think that we need any more leaders - [...]

Boss, Stop Delegating Work

My two year old daughter, Rona, is piecing together a puzzle, and she is really frustrated, as she is trying to join two unrelated pieces together. At one [...]

Debugging Communication Errors

I couldn’t sleep all night, thinking that on the last company meeting, when one of my employees complained that he can’t finish his tasks because [...]

Will liability change everything?

Some software application bug must have really pissed of Commissioners Viviane Reding and Meglena Kuneva as they want software developers to be held liable [...]

Isolate your ASP.NET – Race for Free Licenses

Our team is launching a new product for ASP.NET developers who develop with integrity – the ASP.NET Bundle. For the launch you can win FREE licenses if [...]