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October 29, 2004

Shameless self promotion (sort of)

I've mentioned Joel Spolsky's fine site, Joel on software a few times round here. When one of Joel's too infrequent articles shows up in my RSS Feed reader I am there in a flash.
Joel is editing a book of essays from around the web. And he is calling for nominations and votes.
So, I have shamelessly nominated my "plus ca change" article of a few months back (Joel encouraged self nomination). If you've not read it, I've archived it here, and you might be interested in the Slashdot discussion of it here (for those who don't know, slashdot posting your article is a big deal for us geeks).

If you think it is a worthy read, please feel free to add your vote to my nomination.

And make Joel on Software a regular place to stop by. He has many many articles going back several years, covering all manner of issues in software development, management and business, internet philosophy, interface design, and more.



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Er, John, the link to Joel on Software is broken, it is:

Posted by: Philippe | Oct 31, 2004 1:32:31 PM

What's goin on with the template competition results? :D

Posted by: Jon | Nov 2, 2004 5:42:56 PM