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    Most Popular Articles So Far in 2016

    Breanne Sagen - 1108 Article rating: No rating

    ​It’s hard to believe, but we’ve reached the halfway point already for 2016.  We’ve been writing new content weekly for you and have compiled a list of the top ten articles with the most views so far in 2016.  This is a great way for us to take a look back and get a great idea of what are readers are interested in. Take a look back and catch up on any great articles you may have missed.

    The “Glory” of Business Travel

    James Nagy - 1216 Article rating: No rating

    We all know someone, or are someone, who travels frequently for business.  Occasionally in conversation the topic of my business travel comes up.  Once I hear remarks like, “Oh, you get to travel for business? You’re so lucky!” I know that I’m the only one in the conversation that has to travel for business.  I understand why it sounds so appealing –really I do.  The idea of getting to jet set around instead of sitting in the same office eating the same lunch day after day does sound nice on paper.  The reality is though, that traveling for business is NOT as glamorous as it sounds.  At times it can be downright terrible.

    Wearing Multiple Hats as a Consultant

    James Nagy - 1226 Article rating: No rating

    ​As a consultant, there is a litany of expectations that you are required to meet at any given time.  Meeting appropriate expectations and jumping into multiple roles on any given day are just a part of the job.  What does this mean for the day to day work of a consultant? Well, it means that you must be able to wear multiple hats.  As most corporate dress code doesn’t allow a wide array of hats, let’s assume that these hats are figurative.

    Although, if it helps you get into character, by all means –brush off your fedoras.

    Abstraction To The Rescue

    Dave Moore - 980 Article rating: No rating

    When I was in high school, I didn’t have a typical job for my age. Instead of waiting tables or making sandwiches, I worked as a software developer. I couldn't believe my luck! I was making more money than my peers, doing something I loved.

    However, that enthusiasm was short-lived. The code I was producing was a horrible, tangled mess, which made the job frustrating at times. My coworkers were just as inexperienced, and wrote code that wasn't much better than mine. Our mindset was, if the code worked by our deadline, then we did our job. We never gave much thought to formulating clean abstractions.

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