Monthly Archives: March 2007

Corporate Agile Software Development

For those of you that don’t know, I am currently the software development manager for a fortune 500 financial company in the United States.  Because I work in the financial industry most agile coaches are shocked that we even practice agile … Continue reading 

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.Net Behavior Driven Development Using NUnit—Next Steps

Oren Eini left a comment on a recent post I did on Behavior Driven Development.  At first the questions seemed very easy and I thought I would be able to answer it within 15 minutes but as pondered the different … Continue reading 

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Our Teams Development Lab

I have been asked by several friends, how our team development lab is arranged. I have explained it several times but they don’t believe me. So without further adieu, our Development Lab. (This is a the white board in our … Continue reading 

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A Few Good Coders

This is a paraody based on a conversation, that one of my developers had with a development manager as he was trying to implement XP. Architect: You want answers? Development Manger: I think I’m entitled to them. Architect: You want … Continue reading 

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NUnit Behavior Driven Development

I know it has been a while since I posted but I have been working on several projects lately one of which involves Behavior Driven Development. I am enamored about the concept with BDD. I strongly believe it is a … Continue reading 

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