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  • UMLGuy @LeeHate are you still selling art? I would like to license Vodun Bokor for book/ebook cover. It's incredible! You're very talented. about 953 days ago
  • UMLGuy @kzoomoo Indeed. You know 2 of my influences. Characters have multiple influences, but Father and Daughter partly inspired by your family. about 1339 days ago
  • UMLGuy @SteveAndrews That is awesome news, man! You worked hard for that. about 1340 days ago
  • UMLGuy The Night We Flushed the Old Town in Digital SF V2. Kindle: It's about ecological disaster. And beer. about 1355 days ago
  • UMLGuy @kzoomoo Sounds like a very happy birthday! Your kids are great, as always. about 1490 days ago
  • UMLGuy @julielerman You're in Bangalore and Bali... and you need cheap tickets to feel lucky? I would call that great fortune in itself. about 1490 days ago
  • UMLGuy So weird watching Dr. Gregory House M.D. play Bertie Wooster. Same facial expressions convey completely different meanings. about 1490 days ago

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May 2009 Entries
All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up

Back in January, Brian H. Prince from Microsoft interviewed me about the UML features in Visual Studio Team System 2010. Today, he informed me that the interview is finally live on Channel 9.


Posted On Tuesday, May 26, 2009 6:58 PM

Calculating the ROI for Requirements Analysis
My buddy Josh Holmes has written a very excellent post on the Return on Investment (ROI) for software. I recommend it to anyone who sees software as a business, not just a job or a hobby. Last week, the always-worth-reading Patrick Greene made a comment that made me start thinking specifically about the ROI for Requirements Analysis. Most teams and most managers know they have a requirements problem; but too many of them say, “But we’re too busy to fix it, so we’ll just start coding.” Or “We’d like ......

Posted On Monday, May 4, 2009 7:53 PM

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