Category Archives: Information Technology

3rd Time Often Is The Charm …

The expression “the third time’s the charm” references the concept of eventually reaching the *right* solution after a some unsuccessful attempts.  Believe it or not, the neurons in the decision-maker’s brain could be influencing the decision more than one might expect. As an example, let’s … Continue reading

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Unit Testing … worthwhile or a waste of time?

The idea of Unit Testing has been around for quite some time.  Adapatibility seems to vary – both at the client level and within time periods for a given client.  The biggest trend (for adopters) I’ve seen is heavy usage of Unit Testing … Continue reading

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We Were Both Right, But I Was Wrong

Similar to my last post, I wanted to continue down the Requirements path – to discuss a situation I ran into several years ago.  This was a situation where the Application Owner and Information Technology (IT) were both correct, but someone had … Continue reading

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The Challenge for Complete Requirements

During a recent project, our team faced that common challenge for complete requirements.  While trying to extract additional requirements, the Subject Matter Expert (SME) responded with “I don’t know if I can tell you the right answer, but I can … Continue reading

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