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Top 200 Blogs for Developers (Q2 2009)

Note: The newest edition of this list is available here! This is a sad day… My blog is no longer the most popular software-developm...

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This Post Is NOT About Michael Jackson

Customers Are Social, Now What About Vendors? Two weeks ago I told you that I took one of the most interesting steps in my career. I said...

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Agile Is a Risk Management Strategy

Some people claim that agile software development is a risk management strategy. Why? Because all principles of risk management are nicel...

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Risk Management = Banana Peels AND Dollar Bills

I've been trying to think about risk. What is it? What does it mean when we're taking a risk? Five years ago I took a risk when I...

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One Curse a Day Keeps the Burnout Away

My friend has recently suffered a burnout. From one moment to the next he suddenly had a mental collapse, and he was completely unable to...

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The Third NOOP.NL Rerun…

So, what do you do when you're a prolific blogger, and you're faced with no backlog of articles, too little time to write a new p...

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People Don’t Listen

Yesterday I had a craving for "kapsalon". It is a local delicacy consisting of french fries, shoarma meat, lettuce, and cheese,...

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My Personal Phase Transition

This week I took one of the most interesting steps in my career. I said goodbye to my role as business unit manager (though I'm still...

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Top 100 Most Influential Twitter Tools

I couldn't help myself. I just had to do it. But I'm sure you don't mind. After the Top 200 Social Media Blogs, Top 100 Blogs...

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You’re Only as Busy as You Want Yourself to Be

My task list is empty. I have nothing to do. Only a few weeks ago I had a crazy amount of work. If I had dropped it all out of my hands a...

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Three Levels of Control (Example)

In my last post I told you about the three levels of control for managers. I didn't have much time to go into details then, and it wa...

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Three Levels of Control

We all know that managers should not be micro-managing people. But that's easier said than done. If you notice someone's knowledg...

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