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Figure 1: The sliding scale of software development complexity

Context Switching for Fun and Profit

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I usually have 3 or more things going on at any time. Right now I'm doing exploratory work for one client (lots of try this, try that, well, how about trying something else?), upgrading a system for another client (I've already done three of their systems), and preparing for a class.
Figure 1: The sliding scale of software development complexity

We have met the enemy

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As Pogo said, "We have met the enemy, and they are us." I started writing this entry as a rant about losing a blog entry. And here I am going, "Yeah, I've done it too."
Figure 1: The sliding scale of software development complexity

Seeing Forests and Trees

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I saw the forest, and all the work that needed to be done. Ed saw the trees, and noticed that our task would be easier if we could find a way to let the computer do the dull, error prone, highly repetitive tasks.