I was going through some stuff the other day and realized I didn't have a good list of the articles I've written through the years. As I started to put the list together, I realized that one of the main sites I wrote for, Darwin Magazine, was no longer online. URGH!
So, I spent an hour this morning on archive.org finding links to my articles... what a great site!
- Avoid the pitfalls of the traditional outsourcing model
- A guide to streamlined procurement (applying Lean Thinking to purchasing)
- The Cash Register Principle
- Two ways to do application development - the right way, and the expensive way
- Does IT Matter - my rebuttal to the famous Nick Carr article
- If your website isn't useful, rethink it
- Use Frameworks to choose technology
- User Groups are good for everyone
- Try open-source software to lower operating costs
- Success means making your company remarkable - an article in the local business journal where I talk about Purple Cow
- Check on stakeholders and value when taking on projects
- Get your business and technical people working together
- Sorting out differences (free registration required) - an article about a generic object sorting tool
- A client for testing server side XML applications
- Why the JCP matters
- JSR 159: Defining a Component Specification
- Eclipse - a bright IDE (free registration required - second article on page) - catchy title, huh? ;-)
I hope you didn't mind my little trip down memory lane...