Hanselman Unplugged 2

Hanselman Unplugged 2

Last week was awesome! NDC Sydney was such a fantastic event. It was super well-run by the Vikings from Norway + SSW was well represented with 2 cool stands at the conference and 4 speakers. We had Adam Stephensen (aka Stevo) and Duncan Hunter from our Brisbane office + Danijel Malik and myself from Sydney. […]

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Handsome man Hanselman is coming to Sydney

Handsome man Hanselman is coming to Sydney

Scott Hanselman is in Australia as a special guest presenter at NDC Sydney and will be stopping in Sydney to talk at an extra-special Sydney user group, where he will be presenting two 1-hour sessions: What you need to know Come and find out from Scott Hanselman what you need to know to be a […]

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Australian Government Software Project: How to blow 10 million dollars

Australian Government Software Project: How to blow 10 million dollars

UPDATE: journalist James Robertson mentions this post in his article, “Federal election 2016: Liberal Party company charging taxpayers for ‘antiquated’ software, say experts” in the Sydney Morning Herald. – I hate waste, but while running a software company, I’ve seen plenty of it over the past 20 years. Sometimes an app that could have been […]

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The Microsoft Band 2’s UI vs. Fitbit

Let's do an analysis of the UI differences between the FitBit and the Microsoft Band. Watch out, Microsoft... the FitBit user interface just got better. I last blogged about the Microsoft Band 2 and my wishlist of 25 features. I'm pleased that the team has already fixed 3 features, leaving 22 remaining :-) Everyone in the Cogan household is continuing [...]

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Finishing a feature with world class flow

Finishing a feature with world class flow

Over the years, I’ve talked about how I’ve wanted features shipped into production quicker. Now I’m going to talk about how you can ensure that the features that your devs ship are at a high quality. When the devs get to the exciting point when the code is done, they commit the code (in Git) or […]

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