I messed-up: 4 lessons I learned about time estimates.

I am not someone who easily admits I’m wrong. Don’t get me wrong, I know I’m often wrong. I just don’t admit it. Especially when it comes to my area of expertise. So this post is particularly hard for me to do. Inspired by the work of Brené Brown on vulnerability, I write this because never admitting you are wrong is 

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Empathy in software

When I started programming, I was lucky to be mentored by an extremely bright fellow. He had developed this powerful database application for the company where we worked, that allowed our coworkers to do their job organizing trade shows and conferences. This included anything from managing ticket purchases all the way to hotel reservations. (this is 

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