"Bad Managers" website 
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 "Bad Managers" website

http://www.*-*-*.com/

"Bad Managers" (based in the U.K.) contains humourous stories about
disastrous project management. I wrote these stories out of frustration,
having worked for a number of self-destructive software companies. The
aim of the site is to cure software developers (particularly their
clueless managers) of the myopia which threatens to drag the industry
down into a sea of half-working, bug-ridden, overdue software products.

The subject matter is provocative, and will probably incense the
managers it is targeted at - but it is also very true to life, and
contains a serious message for software developers.

The site hosts an e-mail discussion list where software professionals
argue about how best to recognise and deal with {*filter*}managers. The best
of these messages are archived on the site, and there is an entertaining
"Bad Manager FAQ" which has been compiled from the discussion list.

I hope to see you at the site!

http://www.*-*-*.com/



Sat, 28 Jul 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 "Bad Managers" website

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> ) http://www.bad-managers.com

Are you getting Stacey to manage the site for you?

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F bhearai sraha sma; iufe uaen bhearai shahm ssa.

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Sun, 29 Jul 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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