It never fails, software fails So true and when it does, often times I get an email that lacks enough information to resolve the problem the first time around. Today, my inbox brought me this great article, How to write a great bug report by Scott Berkun of Jetpack for WordPress fame. Normally on these articles that I […]
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With moving back to Asia, Taiwan this time, I’m reminded that doing business here is a bit different than in the United States.
Guest post by Virgil Huston from December 13, 2008. I have always been fascinated and puzzled by the continuing debate over which is better to use, open source or proprietary software. First, there is terrible and great software in both categories, so for this article I am discussing good software. With that assumption in mind, […]
A little fun for my birthday. In case your wondering I’m a Virgo with most of these qualities… In the right situations Virgos love to work. They make ideal employees, happily working late into the night to make sure everything is perfect and in order. If you are looking for an employee who doesn’t mind […]