You see perception is often completely at odds with facts. People don’t trust facts or they selectively pick the ones that will support their perception. Continue reading Hard Lessons Learned as a Senior Manager – The Monsanto Challenge
So apparently in the year I was gone from being a presence on line what I would term as a … Continue reading My Definition of Context Driven Testing
My fiend Johonna (aka Josie) Nutter turned me on to the following blog post written by Katie Thomas at the … Continue reading Simple Questions to Ask when being Interviewed
Hey there, reprobates and iconoclasts! Sorry I’ve been away for a while but I’ve been busy with work and playing … Continue reading In Defense of a Software Testing Manager
I love me some insider gossip. If it’s gossip about the tech industry I feel a little tickle in my … Continue reading The Silicon Valley Titans Have a Problem ….
Over the years I’ve had more than a few chances to chat with consultants, candidates, and contractors in circumstances that … Continue reading 5 Warning Signs for a Person Interviewing a Candidate
Over the years I’ve had more than a few chances to chat with organizations in circumstances that can best be … Continue reading Warning Signs for a New Hire, Candidate, or Prospective Consultant
I keep hearing the topic of diversity raised at regular intervals since moving to the SF Bay area. Having moved … Continue reading Diversity Isn’t a Question of Biology
Yeah … lying on a beach in Mexico with a whole passel of computer geeks just as hung over, flabby, and sun-burned as me. Good times. Continue reading Your Review Process is Hurting Performance
Hola, everyone! I know it’s been a while but I had to race off and get back on the startup … Continue reading Let’s Get the Party Started!