Another Reason AGILE Sucks

I don’t have a Twitter account, nor do I want one. Interesting Authors Blog has a Twitter feed so once in a blue moon I click the box at the right on that blog and verify things look okay. Today I found out there is yet another bug in this “Social Media Auto Publish” plug-in …

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Script Kiddies and the Catastrophes They Cause

This is yet another installment of “Move Quickly and Turn Worthless Shit Into Production.” When you come up through real software development, not this worthless script kiddie shit being touted as great, but real software development, you understand there is a method to the madness. You have to do all of that documentation up front …

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How Far We’ve Come – Pt. 6

As I started to get back into this I realized I skipped one final yet critical piece of the system. The backup script. I imagine some of you questioned where I got the csv files to import. As I said, one of the main reasons I went with Postgres all of those years ago is …

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Move Quickly and Turn Worthless Shit Into Production

We’ve all heard the phrase attributed to FaceBook “Move quickly and break things.” Some people have turned it into a totally fraudulent development methodology called Agile. Today I got to have a lovely exchange with what could charitably be called “offshore support” from Dice.com. I had come across a posting of interest and wanted to …

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GitLab Bites the Big One!

Let this be a cautionary tale for anyone who things wanna-be operating systems on wanna-be computers using software written under a fraudulent methodology named Agile is fit to run a business on. GitLab.com Melts Down There is a reason real computers with real operating systems have a /VERIFY clause on their BACKUP command. There is …

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