Monthly Archives: July 2006

Rewriting is refactoring.

Post by Ben Edwards

Matt Linderman of 37signals posted this today about the essence of refactoring: “Whether we’re authoring software or prose, rewriting is key. Rewriting is when you turn good into great. It’s true for books, blog posts, marketing copy, interfaces, code, etc. … Continue reading

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Maybe you don’t have to jump…be a chicken entrepreneur

Post by Ben Edwards

In some news that ties in closely with some recent discussions I have been a part of, CNN Money has an article* about wading into starting a business rather than jumping in. * Ok lets call it an article stub … Continue reading

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Get an On-site Customer Now

Post by Casey

Presumably, you want to give Agile a shot and are tossing around which principles to implement first. The number one thing I recommend going all out on from the beginning is having an on-site customer. And I don’t mean a … Continue reading

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The agile writing method

Post by Ben Edwards

Often times I think of ideas for books I would like to write but think that I would first write a white paper on the topic to flush out my ideas. Most of the time, however, I write a blog … Continue reading

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The Mythical One-Hour Meeting

Post by Jesse O'Neill-Oine

Jason Fried had a nice post the other day about the true cost of meetings. Many people think that a one hour meeting is just that, a one hour meeting, but they are completely ignoring the fact that a one … Continue reading

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