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Our iceberg is melting

Last week I was one of the speakers at the 4th CM workshop organized by TOPIC Embedded Systems and Philips Applied Technologies. I spoke about how Web 2.0 technology will have its (change) effect on configuration management. As a speaker, … Continue reading

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Behind Closed Doors

Although I don’t really like reading books, I started in Behind Closed Doors of Johanna Rothman and Esther Derby. It really is not a book about management, but about working with people as a manager. Easy readable and for a … Continue reading

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Hate to read books

Let me tell you about a very nasty disease I have: I hate reading books I hate spend money on books I don’t read The latest book I read completely was Peopleware by DeMarco, about 6 years ago. It changed … Continue reading

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