Monthly Archives: January 2007

The end user

I was recently speaking with a co-worker about how some projects get into a Death March because the development team never had the opportunity to speak with/see the end user.  On another project, I requested that I be able to … Continue reading 

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Thoughts about reading computer books

I have been coding ASP.NET for about 4 years now.  I had a co-worker bring a book to work title “Essential ASP.NET” by Fritz Onion.  I skimmed it and it looked very interesting do to it’s text on application pools … Continue reading 

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2007 Jolt Award Finalists

The finalists The winners are announced at SD West 2007. Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.

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Free Agile Project Management Tools

I think it is awesome when a company like TargetProcess, who makes the BEST agile management tool out there, creates a site to allow new users/companies to use a free alternative.  They do this because they know if you are … Continue reading 

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A good read about perception and old vs. new methodologies

I have had personal experience with trying to migrate a team over to Agile methodologies and this article talks about a team that has succeeded then their employer has an auditor come in who has archaic coding habits and has … Continue reading 

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Austin .NET Users Group (ADNUG) 2007 Code Camp

If you want to increase your .NET knowledge you should plan on attending (if you’re in the Central Texas area) 2007 Code Camp Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.

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Microsoft Web Application Stress (WAS)

Microsoft’s Web Application Stress Tool provides an easy way to simulate large numbers of users against your Web application. Web testing is divided into three main categories: Performance testing Stability or stress testing Capacity planning You can read tutorial article … Continue reading 

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The Anti-team

Jeremy Miller of CodeBetter and Oren Eini of Ayende have two good posts about the the anti team. Jeremy’s post. Oren’s post. Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.

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EXCELLENT Post by Jeremy Miller of CodeBetter.com

READ!! Any developer who is interested in making their code better should read the post at the link above. Jeremy knows what he is talking about. Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.

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Pragmatic Programmer by Hunt/Thomas

A good introduction to Agile methodologies and basic OO best practices. Pragmatic Programmer by Thomas, Hunt Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.

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