Monthly Archives: August 2007

Enterprise Agile Generations

Recent events in my professional life have placed me in an Agile evangelistic position that can help permeate the adoption of Agile development throughout my companies global presence.  I am really excited about this opportunity but at the same time … Continue reading 

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Behave# and NSpec Nirvana, Getting Close

Jimmy hasn’t been sleeping lately and has really put allot into the latest trunk of Behave#.  His latest post shows you how to combine Behave# with NSpec syntax to create very fluent, readable code. He also answers one of the … Continue reading 

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Behave# in Action

Nelson Montalvo has been gracious enough to post his experiences working with Behave#.  Please make sure to check out his post.  His point about the discovery of the his API through the story definition is very encouraging. Post Footer automatically … Continue reading 

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Great Dane, Golden Retriever, Chihuahua == Developer Estimates

I just read Ayende’s and Udi’s post on estimation.  I was intrigued because over the last three year we have been using “story units” to estimate our work load for all our projects to great success. Story Units (points, Bellware calls … Continue reading 

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Attempting to Demystify Behavior Driven Development

After receiving several emails and reading Roy Osherove’s post on Behave#, I wanted to give more incite and answer some questions that were asked about Behave# and BDD in general. What is BDD? I am really going to do one hell … Continue reading 

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Los Techies Welcomes Marcus Bratton

I like to welcome Marcus Bratton to the Los Techies blogging community!  I have had (coughing) the pleasure of working with Marcus in the past.  He is quick witted and loves to code.  In fact he was one of the … Continue reading 

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