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Ahhh… that’s the first production release of my latest project at work out the door today. I can’t talk too much about specifics, but it’s not a big secret that Wotif is enabling various B2B aspects of our web site, … Continue reading
Hmmm… salaries are going up again Speaking as an employee, not an employer, this sounds like good news.
What an amazing idea… My old employer, Suncorp is having a promotion where you can round up bill payments to the nearest dollar and donate the extra to charity Simply put, when you pay a bill via their internet banking … Continue reading
I’m leaving Suncorp in January, after about 3 years there. I’m taking up a position at wotif.com where I will be joining a small team that drives their website.
I did a silly thing last week. I’ve been avoiding being given a task for the last nine months, and then all of a sudden I ended up volunteering to do it, for all sorts of reasons. The task: work … Continue reading
Esther Derby describes a notice from Gallup about the lack of recognition and appreciation in modern companies.
There’s a fundamental design principle with web-based applications that constantly amazes me people forget. It’s a simple one, too. Web applications are inherently stateless
Jon Eaves of Thoughtworks was writing on managing Eclipse updates and how to preserve your environment between upgrades.