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Your Life in Their Hands
Description : We leave an increasingly detailed digital footprint. Ric Parkin worries who can see it. by Ric Parkin
Category: [ Overload Journal #120 - April 2014 | Journal Editorial ]
Editorial: Random (non)sense
Description : It’s not pretty and it’s not clever. Frances Buontempo considers if the cut-up method can be used to generate editorials. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #119 - February 2014 | Journal Editorial ]
Editorial: Not So Much a Program, More a Way of Life
Description : In an attempt to continue and improve on the successful formula of previous editorial avoidance techniques, Frances Buontempo considers what a program really is. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #118 - December 2013 | Journal Editorial ]
On the Other Side of the Barricade: Job Interviewer Do’s and Don’ts
Description : Interviewing is an important skill which is hard to get right. Sergey Ignatchenko gives advice to get you thinking. by Sergey Ignatchenko
Category: [ Overload Journal #118 - December 2013 | Project Management ]
Editorial: Decisions, Decisions
Description : Providing precise definitions can be difficult. For example, what is a program? by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #117 - October 2013 | Journal Editorial ]
Editorial: Learning Fantasy Languages
Description : The last Overload editorial described a Fantasy Language. Now, how do you learn one? by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #116 - August 2013 | Journal Editorial ]
Editorial: Fantasy Languages
Description : Software is all about describing a solution to a computer. Ric Parkin imagines what his ideal dialect would sound like. by Ric Parkin
Category: [ Overload Journal #115 - June 2013 | Journal Editorial ]
Editorial: Knitting Needles and Keyboards
Description : Traditionally, both journals and developers have editors. Frances Buontempo considers the role of an editor, in another attempt to avoid writing an editorial. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #114 - April 2013 | Journal Editorial ]
Editorial: The Good, The Bad and The Discordant
Description : There are several signs of bad code. Frances Buontempo considers ugliness, stench and discord in a search for beauty. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #113 - February 2013 | Journal Editorial ]
Editorial: Originally, Overload Didn’t Have an Editorial
Description : Frances Buontempo considers history, predictions about the future and how to shirk off writing an editorial. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #112 - December 2012 | Journal Editorial ]
Too Much Information
Description : Overload usually has an editorial. Frances Buontempo explains why she hasn’t had time to write one for this issue. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #111 - October 2012 | Journal Editorial ]
Software Developer Business Patterns
Description : Patterns can be applied to business as well as software. Allan Kelly shows us how. by Allan Kelly
Category: [ Overload Journal #111 - October 2012 | Project Management | Process Topics ]
Afterword
by Alan Lenton
Source : Generated via JPG, Google OCR, pandoc markdown from scanned journal
Category: [ Overload Journal #5 - Sep 1994 | Journal Editorial ]
Numbers and The Appliance of Science
Description : How sure are you of something? Ric Parkin considers how we build models, and celebrates a milestone. by Ric Parkin
Category: [ Overload Journal #100 - December 2010 | Journal Editorial ]
Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics
Description : Making a good decision is vital. Ric Parkin looks at what information we use. by Ric Parkin
Category: [ Overload Journal #99 - October 2010 | Journal Editorial ]
What motivates software developers: a workshop report
Description : Keeping your team happy should be more than guesswork. Helen Sharp went and asked you. by Helen Sharp
Category: [ Overload Journal #99 - October 2010 | Project Management ]
A Little Learning Is A Dangerous Thing
Description : An opportunity for nostalgia triggers some musings on the value of education. Ric Parkin goes back to school. by Ric Parkin
Category: [ Overload Journal #98 - August 2010 | Journal Editorial ]
"I'm a Business Analyst - Get Me Out Of Here"
Description : Some classic roles are omitted by Agile methodologies. Allan Kelly considers how a Business Analyst fits in. by Allan Kelly
Category: [ Overload Journal #98 - August 2010 | Project Management ]
Renovating a Legacy C++ Project
Description : Over time projects tend to become hard to maintain. Alan Griffiths describes how one was improved. by Alan Griffiths
Category: [ Overload Journal #98 - August 2010 | Project Management | Design of applications and programs ]
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