Tweets I have posted.

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-06-04

I am willing to network with people in charge of IT projects to create quality business relationships. IT projects can be better and cheape… #

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-05-28

I now have created a reading list in my LinkedIn account. Much more books to come! #
http://t.co/i8rAwn90 Philip : Yes you are right, payment is a deterministic process. I should have taken another example. What I had in… #
http://t.co/Qi2cSTbf My point mentioning RUP earlier was to say that this framework was the first attempt I saw to not give all answers… #
http://t.co/yVo9iDmi Hello, Fixed price Agile is a recurring topic for whoever is working in the IT industry. It’s a bit like when… #

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-05-21

http://t.co/tUr50yet Hello, Thanks everybody for answering to my initial entry. I probably need to “answer” to a couple of… #

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-05-07

http://t.co/f3L46YkU Gene, Regarding books, the expression “out of control” is close to describing my situation. I had some hope with… #
http://t.co/fEyXy8PP Thank you everybody for your comments and suggestions. Please keep them coming. And by the way Beth, while… #
Systems Thinking: what book would you advise to read?: http://t.co/CPpFDqOv #
Written communication is intrinsically unreliable: http://t.co/lyc69NaQ #

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-04-30

Just published a new entry in my blog: "Does one size fit all?" http://t.co/GBPdqjJI . About the trend of using ultra small msgs. #language #
I am glad to say that I now am officially a member of the International Brotherhood of #Magicians British ring. #Magic #

By |April 30th, 2012|Twitter|0 Comments|

Does one size fit all?

No later than a few hours ago (I am referring to the time of writing this text, not its publication), I have written a rather unusually short blog titled “Are you a positive rule breaker?” If I say unusually short, this is because if you compare to what I have published in this blog so far, this was a dwarf of a blog. Why was that?

The answer is that I have written it under the “influence” of my Marketing Director and excellent friend Scott. Although I take full responsibility for the content of that blog, I shall admit my weak attitude towards his strong pertinent and professional advice to make it shoooooort. I said to him that I used to expose my ideas and thought more expansively. At this he replied that I was almost obsolete and that the trend is Twitter-like communication with 140 characters max. I then replied that this is all rubbish and that I actually don’t give a sh*** of Twitter’s constraints and that I will even take time in the future to write a blog about my level of contempt for this famous trend. I do not believe that you can indeed always express proper ideas in 140 characters with satisfactory result. To this answer Scott made two comments:

1à Twitter would pretend that they did psychometric researches that have shown that an idea is writeable in less than 140 characters.

2 à This is great. Do not forget to write this blog (he loves controversy and provocation as much as I do).

Well, here I am. I’m going to keep my words!

First of all, I do not believe a single second that Twitter has chosen 140 characters on any psychological research. [...]

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-03-19

#Magic – Hans Klok's Houdini show just finished. Magic like a rock concert!! Stunning! #
#Magic – In the middle of Hans Klok's Houdini show. Only one word: wow!! How do you say "Wow" in holland? ;-) #

By |March 19th, 2012|Twitter|0 Comments|

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-02-13

Have been working on #software development for #iOS for several weeks now. Had a long #refactoring day today. Long but successful!! #

By |February 13th, 2012|Twitter|0 Comments|

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-01-23

Was on stage tonight with my son for a #magic show (HE was performing in front of over 110). Went pretty well again. Am a proud dad! #

By |January 23rd, 2012|Twitter|0 Comments|

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-10-31

About to finish writing my next lecture for Kingston University: "How Great People Can Kill Your Project" #

By |October 31st, 2011|Twitter|0 Comments|