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  1. 9.7 Reasons I Hate Your Website
  2. 97 DA Addresses
  3. AOC Podcasts
  4. AOC Timeline
  5. A Project Depends on Teamwork
  6. A Project Is The Pursuit of a Solution
  7. A Voice From The Other Side
  8. A word that makes you miss your deadline
  9. Aaron Swartz
  10. Add Name
  11. Add talents, not skills, to your team
  12. Adding people to a project doesn't necessarily make it go faster
  13. Adrian Wible
  14. Aggressively promote COMMUNICATION channels while managing distributed projects
  15. AlanGriffiths
  16. Alan Beaulieu
  17. Alan Greenblatt
  18. Alex Miller
  19. Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
  20. Align Vision and Outcome Expected
  21. Aling Vision and Outcome Expected
  22. Allan Kelly
  23. Alternative Languages
  24. Andersens
  25. Andrew Rasiej
  26. AndroidAtHome
  27. Angelo Valle
  28. Angyne J. Schock-Smith
  29. Anupam Kundu
  30. AppStore
  31. Aron Pilhofer
  32. Article to Be Added
  33. Author Unknown
  34. Avoiding Contract Disputes
  35. Axioms are encapsulated
  36. Backup and Recovery
  37. Barbee Davis
  38. Barbee Davis, PMP
  39. Beautiful Trade/3-D Secure
  40. Beautiful Trade/Analyzing the Security Context
  41. Beautiful Trade/Broken Incentives
  42. Beautiful Trade/Deconstructing Commerce
  43. Beautiful Trade/Ecommerce Redone
  44. Beautiful Trade/Intro
  45. Beautiful Trade/Secure Electronic Transaction
  46. Beautiful Trade/Single Use and Multiple-Use Virtual Cards
  47. Beautiful Trade/The New Model
  48. Beautiful Trade/Weak Amelioration Attempts
  49. Behavioral attributes of successful project managers
  50. Bergman
  51. Bill Allison
  52. Bimonthlies
  53. Black
  54. Boundary Conditions
  55. Brant Houston
  56. Brian Sam-Bodden
  57. Brian Sletten
  58. Bringing Together the Power of SQL and XML with XQuery
  59. Buff Colchagoff
  60. Build teams to run Marathons not Sprints
  61. Buying Ready-Made Software
  62. Cal Evans
  63. Can Earned Value and Velocity Co-Exist on Reports?
  64. Can You Measure Morale
  65. Carlo Daffara
  66. Challenges in the new arts
  67. Chapters for Characteristic\s of new media
  68. Chapters for Characteristics of new media
  69. Characteristics of new media in the Internet age
  70. Charles A. Bell
  71. Charles Armstrong
  72. Chart a Course for Change
  73. Choose the Right Project Sponsor
  74. Chuck Allison
  75. Cindy Berg
  76. Clay Shirky
  77. Clear Terms, Long Friendship!
  78. Clever code is Hard to Maintain... and Maintenance is Everything
  79. Cloud computing perspectives and questions
  80. Cohesion and Coupling matter
  81. Communicating Is Key
  82. Considerations for Beautiful Visuals
  83. Contribution 35
  84. Contribution 36
  85. Contribution 37
  86. Contribution 39
  87. Contribution 54
  88. Contribution 55
  89. Contribution 56
  90. Contribution 57
  91. Craig Larman
  92. Craig Letavec, PMP, PgMP, MSP
  93. Cultural stages
  94. Dan Bergh Johnsson
  95. Dan North
  96. Daniel Lathrop
  97. Danyel Fisher
  98. Data Types & Testing
  99. Data Types and Testing
  100. David Bock
  101. David Wood
  102. Derry Simmel
  103. Design a Strategy for Removing Unwanted Data
  104. Developer Productivity Mean vs. Median
  105. Developer Tools
  106. Developer Tools/Resources
  107. Discussion (Traditional Legal Frameworks, Open Project Frameworks, Differences)
  108. Do More in SQL, Less in Procedural Code
  109. Do not compromise on COMMUNICATION channels while managing distributed projects
  110. Do not fall into the "Not Invented Here" syndrome
  111. Document Your Process, Then Make Sure It Is Followed
  112. Documents as a Means, Not an End
  113. Don't Always Be The Messenger
  114. Don't blame the compiler
  115. Don't settle for Mediocre
  116. Don't skip vacations for the sake of the project
  117. Don't throw spreadsheets at people issues
  118. Doug Schuler
  119. Dr. Paul Giammalvo, CDT, CCE, MScPM
  120. Duplicate to decouple
  121. Ed Bender
  122. Edit Early, Edit Often
  123. Editing Policy
  124. Effective Manage the Deliverables
  125. Efficient levelling
  126. Einar Landre
  127. Ellen Miller
  128. Empowering Developers or a story of a man named Tim
  129. Endy
  130. Engage stakeholders all through Project Life
  131. Enterprise
  132. Ernani Marques,PMP
  133. Ernani Marques, MBA, PMP
  134. Ernani Marques, MBA, PMP, PgMP
  135. Establish Project Management Governance
  136. Estimate, estimate, estimate!
  137. Evan Cofsky
  138. Every project manager is a contract administrator
  139. Fabio Teixeira de Melo
  140. Fabio Teixeira de Melo, PMP
  141. Favor the Now over the Soon
  142. Favor the Simple over the Complex
  143. Fix the Broken Window
  144. Flay
  145. Floating-point Numbers Aren't Real
  146. Foo East
  147. Fragmentation
  148. Fragmentation/Compatibility
  149. Game tip wow gold making
  150. Gary Bass
  151. Gaurav Mishra
  152. General Notes for AO
  153. Gennady Mironoff
  154. George Brooke
  155. Gerard Meszaros
  156. Get Users Involved As Early As Possible
  157. Giles Colborne
  158. Giovanni Asproni
  159. Go ahead, throw that practice out
  160. Greg Colvin
  161. HF App Development with Javascript
  162. HF HTML 5
  163. HF Objective C
  164. Harry Tucker
  165. Head First Design Patterns 2/e
  166. Head First HTML 2/e
  167. Heinz Kabutz
  168. High Availability and Scale Out
  169. How Do You Define "Finished"?
  170. How To Get Free Gold In World Of Warcraft
  171. How To Kill Morale
  172. How To Spot A Good IT Developer
  173. How to Quickly Create a Star Schema Database
  174. Howard Dierking
  175. Hunter
  176. Hypochondria
  177. IT Program Management: Shared Vision
  178. Iliinsky
  179. Immortality of scope changes
  180. Important Not Urgent
  181. Increase Communication by Having Fewer Meetings
  182. International
  183. Introduce A More Agile Communication System
  184. It's the people, stupid
  185. James Graham, PMP
  186. James Leigh
  187. Jared Richardson
  188. Jason P Sage
  189. Jeff Jonas
  190. Jeremy Meyer
  191. Jerry Brito
  192. Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona
  193. Joe Zenevitch
  194. Johannes Brodwall
  195. Jon Jagger
  196. Jorge Gelabert, PMP
  197. Josh Tauberer
  198. Julie Steele
  199. Karen Gillison
  200. Karen Rzepecki
  201. Kathy MacDougall
  202. Keep It Simple Simon
  203. Keep Your Perspective
  204. Ken Sipe
  205. Kevin G. Boles
  206. Kevlin Henney
  207. Kim Heldman, PMP
  208. Kim MacCormack
  209. Kirk Pepperdine
  210. Klaus Marquardt
  211. Know How to Read an ER Model
  212. Know Your Integration Points
  213. Know Your Limits
  214. Krishna Kadali
  215. Larry Rockoff
  216. Learn
  217. Learn to Think Like a Tester
  218. Legal differences
  219. Lelio Varella
  220. Link title
  221. Loggerheads
  222. Lorin Unger
  223. Luis Calzada
  224. Luis E. Torres
  225. Lukeman Lawal
  226. Make Money On Your Issues!
  227. Make Project Sponsors Write Their Own Requirements
  228. Mammons
  229. Managing Human Factors In IT Project Management
  230. Marco Fioretti
  231. Martha Legare
  232. Marty Skomal, MPA
  233. Mastering the Binary Log
  234. Matt Daniel
  235. Matt Secoske
  236. Matteo Becchi
  237. Matteo Becchi, PMP
  238. Matthew Burton
  239. Matthias Merdes
  240. Maximilian Schich
  241. Maximising your quest gold
  242. Meetings don't write code.
  243. Micah Sifry
  244. Michael Feathers
  245. Michael Hunger
  246. Mike Loukides
  247. Mike Loukides Foo East Notes
  248. Miyoko Takeya, PMP
  249. Monluna
  250. Monte Davis,MCSE
  251. Monte Davis, MCSE
  252. NFC and ADK
  253. Naam
  254. Naresh Jain
  255. Naval Ravikant
  256. NealFord
  257. Network Neutrality: Distinctions and Controveries
  258. New media in context
  259. Nivi
  260. No Comment
  261. No karate maybe!
  262. Nominations Page
  263. Nontransferable
  264. Not superheroes
  265. Nuthatchs
  266. Olve Maudal
  267. One Deliverable, One Person
  268. PMO - Project Management Office, Effectiveness In Practice
  269. PM Example Contribution
  270. Passing the PMP exam does not make you a project manager
  271. Patrick Kua
  272. Paul Waggoner
  273. Pavel Simsa, PMP
  274. Pay Your Debts
  275. Perl & LWP:LWP Modules
  276. Perl & LWP:Preface
  277. Pete Goodliffe
  278. Peter Sommerlad
  279. Planning for Beautiful Teams Contributors
  280. Planning for Reality
  281. Planning for performance is not a premature optimization
  282. Prefer Evidence over Faith and Fashion
  283. Professionalism is spelled TDD
  284. Programming is a team sport
  285. Project Management Is Problem Management
  286. Project Management is NOT a Profession
  287. Project Sponsors - The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
  288. Propagates
  289. Provide Regular Time to Focus
  290. Puffiest
  291. QJ Introduction
  292. QJ Preface
  293. RESTful Architecture Makes Project Management Extremely Simple
  294. Randy Loomis, PMP
  295. Randy Stafford
  296. Rebound
  297. Referential Integrity
  298. Reflection: Beauty or Horror?
  299. RegularExpressions
  300. Replication
  301. Requirement Specifications - an Oxymoron
  302. Responding to a Crisis
  303. Richard Sheridan
  304. Righted
  305. Rmonson
  306. Roadmaps: What Have We Done For You Lately?
  307. Rod Begbie
  308. Russel Winder
  309. SVG Essentials/
  310. Sarah Schacht
  311. Savor Sustainable Progress, not Speed
  312. Schwartz
  313. ScottDavis
  314. Scott Meyers
  315. Scrolling Through Time
  316. Scrubbier
  317. Serve Your Team
  318. Share the Vision
  319. Size Matters
  320. Social differences
  321. Software Failure is Organizational Failure
  322. Some Guy
  323. Speed is Life: More is Better
  324. Star Schemas Aren't Just for OLAP Cubes
  325. Start Small, Grow Big
  326. Start with the End in Mind
  327. Steve Berczuk
  328. Steve Freeman
  329. Success Is Always Measured In Business Value
  330. Success is always measured in business value
  331. Sultanates
  332. Summary of differences
  333. Tables Are Just One of the Things You Can Put in a FROM Clause
  334. Take Advantage of Excel Pivot Tables
  335. Take Time to Read Other People's Good (and Bad) Code
  336. Teach the Process
  337. Template Test
  338. Terms of Service
  339. Test
  340. Test VMware Cookbook
  341. The 2-Day Rule
  342. The 60/60 Rule
  343. The Case for CASE Expressions
  344. The Compiler Isn't Broken
  345. The Difference Between Logical and Physical Modeling
  346. The Difference Between Truncation and Deletion
  347. The Fallacy of Perfect Execution
  348. The Fallacy of Perfect Knowledge
  349. The Fallacy of the Big Round Ball
  350. The Hallmark of good OO code is extendibility
  351. The Hallmark of good code is extensibility
  352. The Holy Grail of Project Management
  353. The Importance of the Project Scope Statement
  354. The Logic of Set Operators
  355. The Missing Link
  356. The PMBOK Guide is not the Bible
  357. The Web Points the Way (For Now)
  358. The best people to create the estimates are the ones who do the work
  359. The chances of the bug being in the compiler, interpreter, OS, AppServer, memory manager, etc. really is small
  360. The inner-expressive stage
  361. The manufactured stage
  362. The third stage and the characteristics of new media
  363. The value of Planning
  364. There is no Up or Down in Software
  365. Think Like a Tester
  366. This is an Example
  367. Tim O'Reilly
  368. Title of a DA axiom
  369. Title of an axiom or tip
  370. To thine own self be true
  371. True Sucess Comes With A Supporting Organization
  372. Tuskegees
  373. UI/UX
  374. Ubuntu Hacks, 2nd edition
  375. Udi Dahan
  376. Uncle Bob
  377. Under-promise, over-deliver
  378. Understand the Role of the Underlying Database in Your Application Architecture
  379. Unparalleled
  380. Uploading/contribution Policy
  381. Use a Wiki
  382. Value Art as much as Science
  383. Van Lindberg
  384. Vegetarian
  385. Venkat Subramaniam
  386. Verity Stob
  387. Virtual Meetings
  388. Walter Bright
  389. We Have Met The Enemy...And He Is Us
  390. Web vs. Native
  391. What Do They Want to Hear, Anyway?
  392. What Have We Done For You Lately?
  393. What is a Nested-loops Join?
  394. What is the Optimizer, and What Does it Do?
  395. When SQL is the Wrong Answer
  396. Who is my customer?
  397. William J. Mills
  398. WoW Nominations Page
  399. Work in Cycles
  400. Wynn Netherland
  401. You Are Not In Control
  402. You Aren't Special
  403. You can't do it all yourself
  404. You get what you ask for
  405. Yuli Vasiliev

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