“You don’t know the power of the Dark Side” …er… Maybe ya do?

By Jason Carpenter

In very few types of consulting do you wield such power and influence over the success or failure of the clients objectives as you do in software development. Intensifying the your power, is that fact that often the client is oblivious to that influence. This is a simple reminder how not to be seduced by the dark side.

They Stole My Idea!

By Daniel Morrison

EarthAid.net stole my idea! So why am I happy instead of mad? Because ideas are worthless.

Software never stays still

By Brandon Keepers

Software is an evolving, living being.

Houston, we have a problem.

By Keith Gaddis

Think the plethora of open Rails jobs is good for Rails developers? Think again.

How to choose a Rails contractor

By Keith Gaddis

How do you know you’re hiring a good Rails developer?

Quarter-inch Holes

By Brian Ryckbost

Theodore Levitt, Economist and Professor at Harvard Business School, once told his M.B.A. students, “People don’t want to buy a quarter-inch drill. They want a quarter-inch hole.”