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Three new discoveries

21 June 2008

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This week was one of the toughest I’ve had to go through at work. Here’s a completely random set of things that have made me smile in the last 24 hours. Fruity Cheerios. – It’s like eating Froot Loops, but they’re called Cheerios. All of the pleasure with none of the guilt. Yo Gabba Gabba! […]

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Reblogging your own comments

16 June 2008

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Fred WIlson makes a great point today about howblog comments can be as important as blog posts themselves. In this post, he says: I want to be able to easily reblog onto my front page any and all great comments in a format that shows that they are comments and a link to the post […]

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Don’t Be Someone’s Roadblock

26 May 2008

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Have you ever found yourself explaining to a co-worker or a boss the intricate details about why something CANNOT be done? In working as a software engineer, a product manager, an agile practitioner, a pragmatist, and a director of a tech startup, I’ve often found myself responsible for introducing a “healthy dose of reality”. Often, […]

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Startup Lessons

30 April 2008

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This is an extension of an article I wrote on my Livejournal a couple years ago. Since many Rails developers work for small startups or are themselves starting up a business, I thought I’d update it with some reflections from the past couple years I’ve spent working in a scrappy startup. Top 10 Startup Lessons […]

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