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Using a maintenance architect

July 25, 2008 0 Comments
Using a maintenance architect

My lastest Baseline column is up, in which I argue that setting up one or more maintenance architects within an enterprise can help reduce maintenance costs while at the same time providing a training path for chief software architects. Let me know what you think.  ..bruce..

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Sorry for the lack of postings lately

July 23, 2008 0 Comments
Sorry for the lack of postings lately

I’ve been doing on-site work in both Texas and Virginia, as well as having a case start up in Denver. However, I have some ideas for posts here and over at bfwa.com; I’ll try to get those out in the next few days.  ..bruce..

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New column up: distributed development (part 2)

July 17, 2008 0 Comments
New column up: distributed development (part 2)

My latest Baseline column is up, discussing how to make a distributed software development project work.  ..bruce..

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Remembering Ashton’s Law

July 10, 2008 2 Comments
Remembering Ashton’s Law

The very first class I took when starting my computer science degree from Brigham Young University was CS 131. I forget the course title, but the teacher was Dr. Alan Ashton, a quiet, self-effacing but brilliant professor who would later become very, very rich by developing — along with Bruce Bastian (with whom I shared […]

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Latest column up: problems with distributed development

July 7, 2008 3 Comments
Latest column up: problems with distributed development

Sorry I haven’t posted much lately; I actually have a few posts in draft status, but I’m currently in Dallas, pouring over hundreds of pages of source code listings (Z8 assembler, anyone?) and haven’t had a chance to finish up any of them. In the meantime, here’s my latest Baseline column on the challenges of […]

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