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Story of how Twitter can bring real-world value to professionals at work.
With Christmas coming this Friday I wanted to take some time and reflect upon the past year. 2009 has been quite a ride for me professionally and personally. Lots of action over the past twelve months. I wanted to take some time to reflect, recharge, and redirect where I want ...
I’ve been somewhat light in my blogging of late. Unfortunately, I just haven’t hit any interesting or difficult problems lately that were worth sharing. I’ll try to break one of our production systems in an interesting way very soon so that I’ve got something to write ...
I'm reasonably certain that I have a venn diagram of people who follow me on Twitter and people who read my blog: some do one or the other, some do both. So it behooves me from time to time to show Twitter to blog readers, and vice versa. It ...
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