Monthly Archives: November 2007

Random Thoughts On Humility and Perfection

(Sorry for the recent codeless posts, but these are just some of the things I’ve been thinking about and dealing with recently) As I continue down this road as a software consultant (still with a consulting firm), I find myself working … Continue reading 

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Principles and Patterns over Tools and Frameworks

It’s interesting to see what other developers value and/or what topics they are interested in regarding the development of software.  I’m going to start doing some internal presentations and live coding sessions at my company for my fellow consultants.  I’ve … Continue reading 

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TalesFromTheSmellySide(Of Code) – Episode #2 – SQL Injection Infection

Just so folks don’t think I’m coming off as elitist with my new little series, here’s an oldie but a goodie from yours truly on my first .NET project way back in early 2002.  (And really, my first real programming project, … Continue reading 

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