In my previous post, I mention that we started working remotely in order to improve our productivity. I chose “remote work” because I believe it solves some issues. Most of the times, however, when you try to solve a bunch of problems, you may create a bunch of new ones. In the end you may … Continue reading How to avoid alienation while working remotely
It all started 6 months ago. I was pressed by management to improve our team’s productivity. We are a team of 4 programmers with me as a leader. I identified some factors that in my opinion influenced our productivity and I reckoned working remotely could eliminate them. As a result we could increase our productivity.
I have just read a job post in some job site and among other requirements, they are asking for a “multitasking” person.
After changing to CruiseControl.NET 1.4.x, my builds started sending weird Subversion related error messages. You see, my CC.NET server is on a different computer and on a different network than my Subversion repositories server. As a result, CC.NET tries download modifications using the Internet.
Jason Fried @ Big Omaha 2009 from Big Omaha on Vimeo. Some points of interest from the video: Charge for your products Don’t use plans Don’t work all together in open spaces where every one can interrupt each other Share your knowledge and watch for things that can be extracted into products Ideas are for … Continue reading Jason Fried of 37 Signals @ Big Omaha 2009
Recently, I discovered something about myself. One way to actually do something worth throughout the course of a day, is break down my tasks into very small units of work. Then, start working on one unit of work at a time.
If you have the right .NET version you can use:
This is Hello World in Ruby:
A few months ago, I got a new computer in the office. Instead of Windows I decided I wanted to try out Ubuntu.