About This Site

This site  is the mechanism by which I intend to do my part to improve the software development process on a broader scale than I am capable within the organization I work for.  Of particular interest to me, and the probably source of many of the articles found herein are issues dealing with the management of software development organizations and the pursuit of creating software with exceptional usability through intuitive interfaces.

As a natural-born critic, I am fond of using counter-examples accompanied by constructive commentary as a learning tool. As a form of sick hobby, I have collected screen-shots over my career as a developer and leader in software organizations that I expect to draw on frequently for source material to demonstrate my points.

It is my sincere hope that this blog becomes a useful source of information that in some measurable way improves the process of software engineering and along with it the technology that we increasingly must interact with to conduct the business of our lives.

-John Fuex


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2 Responses

  1. Why no new articles in a while?? poke poke, nudge nudge. I definitely enjoy reading what you have to say.

  2. Hi John, Thanks for wonderful contributions on stackoverflow. They really helped in getting going with Access & VBA. I am currently working on an access project for my firm & I have a situation where I have a form with a subform embedded inside.Subform is displayed in a datasheet mode with rows & columns. I want to select multiple rows from the datasheet, click the submit button on the parent form, it should open a new form where those multi selected rows are displayed. Currently I have no idea how to do it. Do you have any suggestions how can I accomplish this. I have tried your solution as mentioned here http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1669946/how-do-i-access-the-selected-rows-in-access but somehow I am unable to capture the selection.

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