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Solutions should be simpler than problems, and development processes should be simpler than solutions.
There is a surprising lack of standards for date and number formats.
When major projects go bad, ruthless scope management can save the organisation from ruin.
If you really want to achieve something spectacular, it's best not to know it's impossible.
You can use simple mathematics to highlight areas that demand management attention and to stop bad news being hidden.
Assessment is a valuable part of the decision-making process, even if you don't use the assessment to make the decisions.
When it comes to incremental development and system evolution, not all technologies are created equal.
The principle of least astonishment (POLA) is a simple concept for making computer systems more usable.
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