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Shaken Awake

“If a homeless man froze to death on the steps of a church, what would it change?” That’s the question being asked by my friend Allen in his new book, Shaken Awake. Allen uses real-life events that many of us here in the Atlanta area experienced just ten months ago to tell a tragic tale, […]

Gorillas and Cows

At last night’s meetup of the Software Testing Club Atlanta, John Stevenson hosted a workshop on Creative and Critical Thinking. John had a lot of good information for us, had us play games, and fostered a lot of good discussion. One of the discussions circled around the topics of information overload and Alan Page‘s favorite […]

Atlanta Code Camp 2013

This past weekend, over 400 developers, testers and others involved in software development got together on the campus of SPSU at the Atlanta Code Camp for a day of training and networking. Code Camps are community events, volunteer-organized and staffed, with sessions presented for free by local (or not-quite-local) individuals. This was my third year […]

More Dave Robicheaux

I see that many people have visited this site for a list of James Lee Burke’s novels about Dave Robicheaux, Lousiana detective. He’s written more since I compiled that list, so I just updated it with four additional novels for you. Mr. Burke has written other novels as well, about other characters. I’ve not (yet) […]

It’s Time to Share What You’ve Learned

Adam Goucher posted this last week on Twitter: I think it’s certainly worth considering – I mean, how’s the old saying go, something about learning something new every day? In our day and age, and especially in the software development arena in which I work, there’s always something new going on, a new challenge to […]

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