11 November 2015
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Richard Campbell talks with Dave Rael about understanding problems, software and charity, consuming and sharing information, and being a generalist

Richard Campbell has an amazing array of expertise in all things geeky and simply in all things. His career has spanned the industry both on the hardware and software sides, from manufacturing to sales, service, game development, line-of-business software and large scale systems. He's been deeply involved in creating new businesses around software, hardware, services and products in a huge range of roles, including technical, management and financing. He's a partner in PWOP Productions, creating a variety of multimedia programs including Richard as the host of RunAs Radio and one of the co-hosts on .NET Rocks! He frequently displays both the breadth and depth of his knowledge in areas outside computers during the "geek-outs" on .NET Rocks. He's passionate about the intersection of charity and technology, especially through his involvement with Humanitarian Toolbox.

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Richard's top 3 tips for delivering more value:
  1. Make sure you truly understand the problem
  2. Avoid the trap of making it look like something was easy for you in a way that devalues your effort and provokes feelings of others thinking you think they're stupid
  3. Show your work - provide the path to the answer and let your collaborators and cutomers come to the answer themselves


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