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Questions about running a software development business.

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I hate to be the one to break it to you, but the things individuals value rarely align with the things society values. People succeed in business not by selling what they want to sell, but by …
answered Sep 4 '12 by Karl Bielefeldt
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A programmer's job is translating natural language requirements into machine language implementations. You can't do that effectively if you're only fluent on one side or the other. Unless you're wri …
answered Feb 24 '11 by Karl Bielefeldt
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It took me about a month of weekends and evenings to get as comfortable with Drupal as I would be with code I wrote myself, and I hadn't done any web programming in a decade or so before that. Someon …
answered Mar 19 '11 by Karl Bielefeldt
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Here's a pretty good article on questions developer's would find useful. Legally, as long as you're not doing a near carbon copy, using their trademarks, scraping their data, or something like that, …
answered May 14 '11 by Karl Bielefeldt
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They might have a better technical understanding and ability to estimate than you think, maybe even getting most of their estimates from engineering. What typically happens is estimates are made with …
answered Feb 18 '14 by Karl Bielefeldt