Three months ago I asked for advice about bug reporting systems. I got feedback from Eric Snowdeal who mentioned RT: Request Tracker (which looked too generic to my taste), while… Read more »
CFO Magazine: Drowning in Data "Experts estimate that anywhere from 10 percent to 30 percent of the data flowing through corporate systems is bad
Matt Haughey: Receipt, please "And yet, in 2003, I have to save a piece of paper for five years if I ever want my washer fixed under the purchased warranty…. Read more »
CIO Magazine: Why More Is Less: "The inutility of multitasking as a productivity tool makes perfect sense when understood in terms of attention and available resources. "Current cognitive models suggest… Read more »
Greg Reinacker: Web Services Get Traction in Real World "I’ve worked with multiple clients using web services… including a multi-billion dollar travel services company, who have built and deployed web… Read more »
Before my Excel spreadsheet bursts at the hinges, I’d like to start using an online system to keep track of bugs and feature requests. I’ve been doing some research and… Read more »
StickyMinds: "As you move from project to project, have you ever marveled at how the meaning of the word "schedule" seems to change? This is not a delusion! "Schedule" is… Read more »
VentureBlog: Good (CEO) Help is Hard to Find "A CEO who does not understand technology will: confuse the technically possible and the impossible be misled by development schedules usually overestimate… Read more »
O’Reilly: "1. Code for Maintainability 2. Know Your Status 3. Communicate Early and Often 4. Do Things That Matter 5. Fix Your Most Important Problem First"
BlackBeltJones neatly charted the whole process from idea to live web site neatly so I don’t have to.