Jeffrey Palermo is the CTO of Headspring Systems in Austin, TX. Headspring is a consultancy that provides custom software solutions, agile coaching and .Net developer training. He blogs about managing software teams and practices that make software delivery reliable, predictable and maintainable. Jeffrey advocates using the best tool for the job regardless of the vendor, which is often open-source.
Jeffrey Palermo [MVP] | 20 Mar 2017 18:34
Jeffrey Palermo writes "....Just a quick request for feedback. Since 2004, I’ve been blogging on all things software and coding. I started my career in 1997 writing programs for my local school district (I know of 1 that is still in production). So I’m no 20 years..."
Read more » Searching for a new blog platform
Jeffrey Palermo [MVP] | 10 Nov 2016 22:52
Jeffrey Palermo writes "....A while back I wrote an update on Clear Measure. As time has passed, a lot has changed, and we've achieved a lot as well. You can read my previous update from April, 2016 here. Austin Fast 50 Award Just over a week ago, we were presented with a..."
Read more » Clear Measure 2016-Q3 update–#1 Austin Fast 50–small segment
Jeffrey Palermo [MVP] | 25 Apr 2016 22:18
Jeffrey Palermo writes "....At Clear Measure, I have my office in the Austin headquarters building. We have space on the 2nd floor and the 4th floor of the building with some separation for different activities. For instance, the kitchen and lounge are separated..."
Read more » How to have an open door policy with remote workers?
Jeffrey Palermo [MVP] | 22 Apr 2016 16:56
Jeffrey Palermo writes "....For those of you who have followed my writings since 2005 when I blogged on www.dotnetjunkies.net, then http://codebetter.com/jeffreypalermo/, and now on my own domain (although I still blog occasionally on CodeBetter), I wanted to give an update on..."
Read more » Update on the Clear Measure journey
Jeffrey Palermo [MVP] | 29 Nov 2015 23:50
Jeffrey Palermo writes "....With Windows 10, Microsoft continues it’s edition of Windows that sheds all of its Win32/16 baggage from 1985 on. In fact, on November 20th of this year was the 30th birthday of the original Windows. Wayne Williams wrote an interesting..."
Read more » Windows 10 IoT on Raspberry Pi with Visual Studio and C# Universal Apps
Jeffrey Palermo [MVP] | 24 Aug 2015 18:07
Jeffrey Palermo writes "....Austin, TX is a hot-bed for technology. You can find a user group for just about any technology and purpose meeting almost any day of the week. And now, there is a group that intersects with giving back to the community and helping..."
Read more » Code the Town! Investing in the next generation of programmers in Austin, TX
Jeffrey Palermo [MVP] | 28 Jun 2015 00:54
Jeffrey Palermo writes "....When preparing for my master developer boot camp class I’m teaching next week for a client, my Visual Studio 2013 installation started crashing on startup. This had happened to me before, and I reinstalled VS to get it working again. ..."
Read more » Visual Studio 2013 Crashes On Startup–my solution
Jeffrey Palermo [MVP] | 02 Jun 2015 08:21
Jeffrey Palermo writes "....I am attending the Microsoft //Build/ Tour in Austin. I have the pleasure of participating in the afternoon Q&A panel. Thanks to Ryan Joy for that. Jerry Nixon, Neil Hutson, Daniel Buchner and crew are doing a great job..."
Read more » How Windows 10 Ushers in Changes
Jeffrey Palermo [MVP] | 12 Nov 2014 23:36
Jeffrey Palermo writes "....I remember computer science class at Texas A&M University where I was learning Java as a write-once-run-anywhere language. Now, so many years later, C# is emerging as the language to build Windows apps Web apps Linux apps Mac apps..."
Read more » C# is the next-generation cross-platform language
Jeffrey Palermo [MVP] | 20 Oct 2014 22:22
Jeffrey Palermo writes "....Back in early 2013, I predicted that Microsoft would start licensing Windows Azure to private data centers. As a software company, Microsoft’s strength is in software and software platforms. It has been dogfooding Azure to prove it out,..."
Read more » Prediction follow-up–Microsoft now licensing Windows Azure to private data centers