Sunday, September 26, 2010

Wild Six Months

Wow six months between posts! It's been wild. I was on a small team that worked on a project that will allow my company to change the way it does business. (I can't say more than that right now.)

While that was going on, we were also maintaining several other systems and dealing with new legal regulations facing the intermodal industry. Writing during that time, consisted of specifications and management reports. Any blog entries would have been filled with frustration.

Over the next several weeks, I'll be writing about some of the exciting challenges and lessons I learned.

1. Subversion doesn't work well with 5 developers working on the same piece of code.
2. "Complete" requirements aren't.
3. Separating the business layer and presentation layer really is a good idea.
4. Buggy code in the hands of a user is a good thing!

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