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The World As Best As I Remember It : Broken Windows Theory
On the fear of truth in software development. Essentially, it's the same story everywhere: once several layers of middle-management get involved *and* bonuses are dangled, lies start to happen.
peopleware  prjmgmt  programming  transparency 
june 2006 by cote
[. ] STRATO Monitor > Übersicht
Another example of a company being transparent about it's uptime. More and more people will start doing this in the SaaS world.
sysmgmt  monitoring  hosting  saas  transparency  strato 
june 2006 by cote
IT Trend Laws
Visibility, Automation, and Simplification.
it  trends  simple  platform  transparency  opensource 
june 2006 by cote
All Things Distributed: Naked Answers
What I like about this "event" is that everything is out in the open. Normally, you invite someone to come to your company, and the public gets no value. In this case, there's a conversation acorss the fire-wall.
amazon  blogging  conversations  collab  presentations  transparency  via:sogrady 
march 2006 by cote
An Interview with Marc Benioff
...I like the "transparency builds trust" angle, a big deal in SaaS/hosted apps where users give up control to the ASP.
hosted  salesforce  transparency  saas 
march 2006 by cote
Salesforce.com puts its reputation on (the) line
By providing it's uptime on a public page. Yuh! All SaaS/webapps will have to do this eventually.
saas  via:chip  salesforce  sysmgmt  transparency 
february 2006 by cote
Blogs, They're Not Just For Marketing Anymore
"I truly believe that if your employees know that they're going to be out there justifying their current and future thinking to your customers they'll try harder to produce something they're proud of."
blogs  programming  prjmgmt  peopleware  bottomup  transparency 
december 2005 by cote

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