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Ok, now to a point that is larger than this particular issue, but it is almost certainly true in this case.
I am willing to bet my life on the following (Ok, not my life, but maybe my cat’s life… sorry kitty): 232 more words
The debacle that Healthcare.gov has become, is simultaneously frustrating, sad and certainly a bit amusing. But I bet I know what happened.
For context, I worked for two major three letter acronym companies (Lets call them FET and BDT) on State Healthcare Projects. 197 more words
Some time ago I found myself interviewing developers for a position that we had and quickly found that being “agile” for many either means that they are doing iterative waterfall development or that they are just simply not doing waterfall so by default it must be agile. 309 more words