Friday, February 29, 2008

Vince Dean

Last night, Vince came to Hacking Society, to pick my brain about bug tracking, software configuration management, and how set up software processes in smaller groups without forcing structure down people's throats and spending all your time working on things that are basically overhead.

Me, I like Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) for that: Google Apps, CVSDude, and so on. They're cheap-to-free, and they offload the maintenance burden on pros with economy of scale.

Of course, as with all Hacking Society meetings, we also ate, drank coffee and beer and played with other toys. Here's Vince, playing with Kevin Fenzi's OLPC.

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