What if you could easily get 80% of the benefits of agile without changing how you build software? This is a business parable about agile project management that never mentions the word "agile". Bob Billington has a problem: he's about to lose his job because the economy has taken a sudden nosedive, taking the big project he is working on with it. Bob, a natural-born problem solver, starts asking questions, the first being, "What does it take for a project to be commercially viable in a recession?"
After publishing 12 works from deep within me, the innate urge to express myself in an entirely different manner overtook me. As far back as I can remember, reading poetry has always been a passion. It may well have been one of the key factors in choosing English Literature as my college major. This collection is the result of exposing my soul and heart in a way I'd never dreamed of doing. While my other works in publication are integral parts of me, I now understand that poetry is the essence of who I was, am, and forever will be.
Sailors have always had their stories, their tall tales of the sea. While many are the bragging and one-upmanship of men who do work no one else wants to do, some of them are frighteningly real. What a few sailors lucky enough to survive know is that beneath the icy waters of the Northern Pacific, a terror from the forgotten depths of history hunts them.
Political conspiracy, murder without conscience, mystery, and intrigue.