Monthly Archives: March 2009

Have You Failed Lately?

Since we all want to be successful, failure must be bad.  At the very least, if you fail at something, you are obviously not being successful, and maybe it will make others feel that you are incompetent, not talented, or … Continue reading

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Why this blog?

I started my career as a programmer at IBM and spent the subsequent 3 decades developing software and managing its development at 4 different companies in 3 different countries. During that time I have learned a lot and have had … Continue reading

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Catalyst for Change

There’s turmoil in the financial markets and lots of uncertainty in the world right now.  The world economy is in a major recession. The media is full of dire news.  As a result, our customers are spending less. I don’t … Continue reading

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