Aaron Alexander

Adventures in Software

Alex Leversen

Mostly Dad Jokes and Sarcastic Comments, but some code too

Allen Cummings

Core Dump

Andrew Moore

These go to 0xB

Brad Snodgrass

Better Living Through Software

Brian Ball

I’ve Got a Packet Full of Opinions

Charles Tippett

Lessons Learned as a Trial by Fire

Chelsie Kasun

Design as a Kasun Point

Chris Shinkle

Searching for What’s Valuable, Usable and Feasible

Dante LaRocca

Coming Up to Speed

David Inman


Derek Plote

If I Wrote It on the Internet, It Must Be True!

Ed Wensley

SysAdmin Apokalupto

Elliot Yesmunt

I Hope It’s Helpful

Grant Kimsey

A Calming Selection of Lectures Derived from Years of Panic

Greg Lara

Work Lessons and Other Ramblings

Greg Nickles

Blame It On the User

Jason Giles

Exception: Sanity Not Found

Jeanine Brosch

Sharing the awesome things I get to learn

Jeff Gilbert

Discussions Where the Air is Thinner

Jennifer Dillon

Engineering Gracious Plenty

Jon Boyce

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Jon Fuller

Private Override

Justin Muse

Design as a Muse

Jyotsna Raghuraman

My Experiences in Software Development

Kelly Wilson

Marketing Matters

Kyle Pinches

Wandering Thoughts from an Accidental Project Manager

Leif Danielson

This Tagline Intentionally Left Blank

Leon Organ

Come and Disagree with Me

Luke Gilbert

Green Eggs and Ham

Matt Terry

Getting Paid to Be a Nerd

Matthew Moseng

Blog Driven Development

Matthew Swanson

I Do Software Things

Michael Rogers

Sometimes About Software

Mitchell Hanberg

Continuous Improvement

Nathan Sickler

My Views, Opinions and Helpful Tips

Noelle Webster

Thoughts of Experience Design and Usable Products

Raman Ohri

No, Not Like the Noodle

Robert Herbig

I do a bit of this and a bit of that

Robert Nowadly

My Two Cents

Robert Uhl

Miscellany, Misinformation and Malapropisms

Ryan Clarke

Varied Submissions of an Adventurer

Ryan Sweeney

Trust Me. I’m Canadian.

Thomas Root

Surgical Bitmask

Todd Trimble

Oddly So

Traci Dossett

Welcoming You to the World of SEP Operations

Zach Haloski

Think like a Developer, Break like a Tester