Resilience is that magic which helps us get back up when we have been knocked down.
It's time we had a little chat about time.
My one-hundredth post discusses some things I have learned and shared over the past 10 years.
The end of a recent many-year, many-problem project got me thinking about the mixed feelings I was having about it ending.
Stumbling across an old component led me to consider what happens when they or specific technical skills become obsolete.
One key skill for getting hired (and staying hired) is your ability to work with your project team's planning tools.
Many communication channels are being overwhelmed with endless spam (unwanted and unwelcome messages). The message signal-to-noise ratio is falling below usable minimums.
Sometimes if you want to improve your job performance you will need to change how you see yourself.
Some thoughts and a short story about memory.
And here we share that time the engineer fixed a peripheral interface board in that same minicomputer-based CAD system.