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Software Architecture–Do One Thing Very Well

As I look at nature, I’m struck by the idea that for truly reusable software you must architect it following the principle that it must do one thing and only one thing very well. Think about it for a moment… We are all made up of atoms. Individual units that generally stand the test of […]

Strategic Productivity–Ask the right question

Headline: Balance is required to chose the right approach when developing. If you only ask the question, “What is the fastest way for me to get this done?” your skills will become dull very quickly. What’s the Right Question? When someone is asked to produce some functionality there is a lot of inertia. Inertia from […]