Hiring Your First Software Engineer

Hiring Your First Software Engineer

My article on CEO.com was posted today. I talk about ways to hire and interview your first software engineer.  I reference the importance of giving back to software groups as you use their help.  Here is the guest post I wrote for startup communities discussing how to give back.

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The Cost of Bad Code

The Cost of Bad Code

In a previous post, I talked about the need to hire programmers who write good code.   A recent report shows the costs of poorly written code.

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Keyboard Productivity

Keyboard Productivity

With one of this month’s meeting topics being improving productivity with Visual Studio 2010, I wanted to share some productivity tips that work in any IDE on Linux and Windows.

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Slightly-more-techinical-than-you Syndrome

Slightly-more-techinical-than-you Syndrome

A little while ago a program called Haystack made news about its ability to hide data from their censors.  The reporter’s description of how the program worked didn’t sound possible and I just assumed the reporters got it wrong.  It turns out I was right.

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iPhone and Android Openness

iPhone and Android Openness

Apple has changed its policies opening the way for Flash apps.  Another blogger says Android isn’t that open after all.

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User Interface In Technology

User Interface In Technology

The difficulties of user interface was not started with the advent of computers.  It has been around for every piece of technology.

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