Thursday, January 14, 2010

Lucky number seven should be taken in context

Outformations in 2009

Don't do me like that

This blog entry was self-written, by me

Every project needs a project logbook

Are you happy learning? Probably not, but you should do it anyway...

Hmmm, that smells nice - not a hint of a conditional in the air...

Please, oh gosh please, help the debugger...

Avoiding the knowledge transfer bottleneck

My friend Steve posted a nice commentary on Avoiding the knowledge transfer bottleneck on the Outformations blog.

Outformations at work...


2009 Outformations Book Project

This slideshow catches the Outformations team and a few friends hard at work. Enjoy.

These pictures are part of a project I'm working on to make a small photo book of our adventures. I'm just waiting on some content and I hope to publish it soon. Watch here for an announcement.

Update: The book was finished. You can view it here.

Customer feedback & ideas captured with Twitter-like interface...

Below is an example which shows the folks from GTDInbox using a service called UserVoice to collect feature request and feedback about there product. The interface is almost Twitter-like in that messages are all very short and the interface is extremely simple. It occurred to me that if you were to create a simple service for collecting this type of info you might be able to use it all over the place.

GTDInbox feedback forum using UserVoice Service

Are we learning anything yet?

Form Does Not Follow Function, They Dance Together

On going faster, aka: "the Steve problem"

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

SSD drive revisited...or "How i swap my 7,200 rpm hard drive with an SSD drive for under $400"

Sketchflow Seems to be Microsoft's Answer to Balsamiq

Welcome to my blog

Hello and welcome.

I have been blogging for a while on the Outformations blog. We mostly talk about dotnet and Agile topics. The experience has been great, but I want more control over the content. It's likely that I'll end up posting a lot of the content on both blogs with the addition of personal opinion posts on this blog.

Please let me know what you like and what you'd like to hear more about in future posts.

Thanks, Scott