- Peter Ritchie on Community Reality Check: Is INETA a concrete life raft?
- Jay Smith on Community Reality Check: Is INETA a concrete life raft?
- Randy Walker on Community Reality Check: Is INETA a concrete life raft?
- John Kellar on Community Reality Check: Is INETA a concrete life raft?
- Evan on Community Reality Check: Is INETA a concrete life raft?
Monthly Archives: May 2008
This is largely common sense, but I’d bet there’s a large number of IT shops out there that haven’t picked up on this yet. Do you want to keep the best people on your staff? Make sure you have career … Continue reading
One of the initial steps that every non-trivial project should go through revolves around determining system usage requirements. Here’s a no-nonsense method for tackling this issue head-on. 1. Anticipate Usage and Usage Patterns A prudent developer or architect will find … Continue reading
Did you know: eBay deploys a new release every 2 weeks They add roughly 100 KLOC per week to the codebase That should be a little extra motivation to work on removing the waste and increasing the flow of getting … Continue reading
I’m going to take a quote from Daniel Simmons on why we should use the Entity Framework. I’m not specifically interested in his comparison with NHibernate because I think the following is true of many current O/RMs (whatever your personal … Continue reading
Over lunch today, I learned about one of the company’s recent acquisitions. Here’s the short of it: The production system has between 6k-7k different Access databases (databases, not tables) Since the app creates new databases on the fly, no one … Continue reading
First let me say that I’ve met Keith personally, and he’s a really cool guy. Cool enough in fact, that he’s on my RSS subscription list. I’d consider him a friend. This is my response to his recent post, How … Continue reading