Author Archives: George E. Mitchell

About George E. Mitchell

I've been working in the software industry since 1991. Over that time, I've learned a lot about technical people and had a good deal of success working with them and managing them. LinkedIn:

True Story: “The Code Can’t Do That”

When I was testing at Microsoft, a lot of the developers on our team would get to work around noon, and then work late into the night. Our builds came out around 8:00 am, though, so it worked out really … Continue reading

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The Principles

The story-and-moral format I’m planning for this blog works very well with my writing style, but might make for some difficulty in tracking down the essential principles I work from. So, as with the Lexicon, I’ve created a living post … Continue reading

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Request for Requests

Reply to this post if you have a topic you’d like to see me address, questions you’d like me to answer, or a story you’d like me to tell.

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I use technical terms frequently in my writing, but I know not everyone reading is going to know what I’m talking about, and even when they’ve heard the term before, they may have heard it in a different context or … Continue reading

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Rebirth and reinvention

The experiment with an artistic career has been over for years, and that’s why this space has been idle. The idea of a professional blog is still valid, though, so here we go again. One of the things I’ve seen … Continue reading

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