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Good material I found this week

Even as my work life keeps me busy, I try to keep up with at least some of what other product developers are writing about Agile development and testing. Two of my favorite sources are InfoQ and Stickyminds. You can find them online (at InfoQ.com and Stickyminds.com) and on Twitter. InfoQ recently released a couple… Continue reading Good material I found this week

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Baltimore volume 1: The Plague Ships

The first volume of Baltimore by Mike Mignola is the 28th book I’ve read this year; it tells the opening chapter in the story of Lord Baltimore and his hunt for the ancient vampire Haigus.  The hatred between Baltimore and this vampire is personal and their war has raged for years before the opening of… Continue reading Baltimore volume 1: The Plague Ships

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Fury: My War Gone By

My 21st read for 2016 was another graphic novel, this time from Marvel’s Max line.  The book focuses on a character well known in both the comic book and cinematic universes: Nick Fury.  However this story presents a slightly different view in a slightly different ‘universe;’ here there is no SHIELD (Fury works with the… Continue reading Fury: My War Gone By

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Questions on my mind

For the first month or two of 2015 I was writing in my blog almost daily; one of the weekly ‘features’ was sharing questions on my mind.  Given that my blog is entitled In Truth It’s Not That Simple it ought to come as no surprise that sometimes I feel like I have more questions… Continue reading Questions on my mind