Archive for October, 2013

Who do you remember?

This piece goes out to all the people who touch our lives in one-way or another, whether we realize it or not.  How many times do you stop and think about the way someone treated you or even the way you’ve treated someone? We all have people we like to talk to and look forward […]

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The Art of Listening…and How to do it Right!

  People are creatures of habit. Aren’t we? How true would it be for me to say we all have a little list we maintain in our head? A little list of rules that we choose to live our life by? This list is created automatically and often we don’t even know we are doing […]

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Rational Thinking: Part Two

Missed Part One? Read it here. Opening my own firm In February of 2006, I decided to open my own consulting firm called CDEXUS Corp. My tenure with Binary Tree was the first corp-to-corp agreement for my business. The second corp-to-corp agreement for CDEXUS was with Open Systems Technology. When I decided to leave my […]

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Rational Thinking: Part One

In my last post you read a little about how I got my start in this industry. Now I would like to elaborate on my Rational Software-specific experience. It all began about 13 years ago when I started my career with Rational Software in April 2000. I was a ClearCase Technical Support Engineer (TSE) working […]

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Sharing my knowledge in an info-driven world

My name is Michael Dexter and I’m a software architect. How did I get here? Growing up I knew one thing: I wanted to be fortunate enough to go to work everyday and do something I was excited and passionate about. I also wanted to prove that it could be done without a college degree. […]

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