May 6, 2006
The price of oil, or more concretely, the price of the gasoline you put into
your vehicle's tank has gotten tremendous attention recently. You would
expect it to since it has doubled in price per gallon in the past three years.
That being said, however, is this really a crisis, something that will drag
our economy in significant ways, or is it merely election hype.
May 4, 2006
A while back, I took at a look at Personify
Design's Teamlook tool that provided
functionality within Outlook to create and modify Work Items in Visual Studio
Team System. What a great idea since during the course of development many
issues or potential bugs or discussions about existing Work Items take place
in email threads and its always good practice to capture all or most of that
information in your Work Item database for future reference.
May 2, 2006
Rob Caron has a great
the macro he created in Word that he uses as his email editor (the default in
Outlook) so he can quickly turned references to Work Item numbers into links
to the details.
May 2, 2006
I am about half way through Naked Conversations, which has some really great
perspectives on blogging. It has inspired me to start blogging internally on
the corporate blog that was setup about a year ago but that has gotten very
little attention. In fact, no one has posted anything in the past six months.
April 30, 2006
This post is right
on and will printed up and distributed in hard copy to hang on cubicle walls.
April 28, 2006
David Anderson just posted
a talk he gave in Vancouver regarding FDD, a favorite topic of his. In this
post he is including his PowerPoint slides and I highly recommend taking a
April 27, 2006
I can't tell you how many times I have had a full blog post typed up and
pristine in all its glory in the web based control panel only to have a spotty
connection or some other network "blip" cause all my typing to be lost upon
submitting the form to the server.
April 26, 2006
I picked up a copy of Naked Conversations yesterday at the local Barnes & Nob
le as I am very interested in the impact of
blogging not only in the micro-ISV space but also in the corporate