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A passionate, hands-on software architect and thought leader with over 15 years’ experience, including that as a technical lead, team leader and director in start-ups through to large organizations. Expert at working with large, geographically dispersed teams on enterprise software and specialise in stakeholder engagement, requirements analysis, design, information security and software security. Deep understanding of the Microsoft technology stack and environment. Strong communication and interpersonal skills including evangelism and presenting. Frequent innovator with two US patent applications. Adept at translating between business and technical worlds.

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answered How to know how much detailed requirements should be?
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revised Just being hired as a senior developer, never even been a junior developer, what should I expect?
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answered Just being hired as a senior developer, never even been a junior developer, what should I expect?
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answered How to educate business managers on the complexity of adding new features?
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comment How do I license my software under a free license?
@AndresF. A NodeJS plugin is probably safe. As you say, it is a smaller community where many people understand and recognize each other's work. However, some languages/platforms have huge audiences where it is practically impossible to know everyone's work and many do not adhere to the spirit of open source. As I said, the license does not physically prevent modification but it may bring you some moral or legal recourse. Taking your example of AGS, what is stopping someone from copying parts of it into their own closed source adventure game?
Jul
22
comment How do I license my software under a free license?
@AndresF. There is a difference between allowing others to learn and use from your code (open source, use restrictions) and allowing others taking credit and payment for your work. For example, what happens if open source code is copied and used in a closed source product? Some licenses do not use or restrict copying (e.g. MIT or BSD) while some say you can copy or extend it but "derivative works" must also be open source (e.g. early GPL). The license choice articulates the author's preference.
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answered How do I license my software under a free license?
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answered How to Protect Intellectual property violations from one's own team
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comment Is physical Agile board “always” better than electronic tool?
@MikeSherrill'Catcall' ... and that is both its greatest strength and weakness.
May
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comment Is physical Agile board “always” better than electronic tool?
@MikeSherrill'Catcall' The problem with taking a photo is (1) it's a manual process and (2) the restore is time consuming (although a restore can take a long time for electronic systems, too, since this is rarely automated).
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revised Is physical Agile board “always” better than electronic tool?
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answered Is physical Agile board “always” better than electronic tool?
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May
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answered How to document a project which is already developed?