Yesterday, I caught myself saying “I’m now putting my finishing touches to the application”. Twice. It is a true and accurate meaning to the state of an application I’m currently delivering. So, does a “Finishing Touch” apply to
The Huff-Duffer has came up with, in my opinion, aremarkable signup form (below). The signup form has this unique ‘human’ feeling that led to the following exchange between me and, Adam, a work colleague. Me: New approach to signup forms
After intending to dual boot my unstable Vista into Ubuntu for a while, I finally had enough time this weekend to do it. Let me just say that Ubuntu is living up to its claim of making Linux for Human
How would it be like if our sales-person shared a few hours of his time acting as an observer on implementing a user story with one of the developers? What if our HR manager set aside a part of her
These images have been glued to my brain since I first saw them. A masterpiece by Jeff Patton that rang lots of bells. via Obie Fernandez.
via FocusShift Via reddit, and from there to the best quote I read in a while:”Watching non-programmers trying to run software companies is like watching someone who doesn’t know how to surf trying to surf.” – Joel Spolskey. The
Obie Fernandez, the author of the now de facto Rails book, The Rails Way, have recently launched HashRocket, a Ruby on Rails consultancy with a unique business model: Your application in 3 days or your money backOK! That money-back part
This has nothing to do with comparing 8 different frameworks. It’s just to tell the horror story of one of our down-the-drain projects. The client came with an old product that he needed to add new features to. The