Years ago, I lost my temper while arguing with my brother, and said, "Jeff, I could teach you everything I know and you'd still be an idiot." Please keep that in mind as you read this site.

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Test Heuristics Cheat Sheet

Via Adam Goucher and Irving Reid, a testing heuristics cheat sheet from Quality Tree. I’m printing out copies for my students right now…
June 18, 2007

Buying Books by the Chapter

You can now by O’Reilly books a chapter at a time (an outgrowth of technology originally developed for SafariU). Meanwhile, Pearson (who own Addison-Wesley,...
June 18, 2007

Two Books of a Different Kind

It being Father’s Day, I got breakfast in bed—and my very first Father’s Day card. sniffle I also got a few minutes to explain why I was so disappointed by ...
June 17, 2007

IM Groups

Prompted by one of Michelle Levesque’s posts, I have organized my instant messaging contacts into more rational groups: Royalty Embalmed persons Those wh...
June 16, 2007

Mass Customization

My brother Jeff has had a paper accepted at the World Conference on Mass Customization and Personalization (MCPC’07) titled “The Obsolescence of Operational ...
June 16, 2007