Author Archives: Scott Reynolds

About Scott Reynolds

Scott C. Reynolds is a developer with over a decade of experience creating enterprise solutions, primarily in healthcare and biotechnology. He is passionate about the art and craft of applying software solutions to business problems. He is a frequent speaker and participant of community events nationwide.

How We Do Things – The Team Room

This content comes solely from my experience, study, and a lot of trial and error (mostly error). I make no claims stating that which works for me will work for you. As with all things, your mileage may vary, and … Continue reading 

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How We Do Things – Specification (Using the right tools)

This content comes solely from my experience, study, and a lot of trial and error (mostly error). I make no claims stating that which works for me will work for you. As with all things, your mileage may vary, and … Continue reading 

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How We Do Things – Evolving our Specification Practice

This content comes solely from my experience, study, and a lot of trial and error (mostly error). I make no claims stating that which works for me will work for you. As with all things, your mileage may vary, and … Continue reading 

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Going Away Geek Beers

Most of you have heard by now that I am leaving Florida for the concrete pastures of New York City. I’d like to have a get-together of some of the Florida community guys (and gals) Monday, Nov 16, in Ocala … Continue reading 

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Hang in there baby birds, I’ll feed you

Quick housekeeping note – How We Do Things series is not cancelled, I haven’t given up on it or run out of steam, it will still press forward. Trying to get a lot wrapped up both at home and at … Continue reading 

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My Favorite System Deploy Story

I just remembered this and regaled the newer members of the team with this amazing story that happened when we rolled out our new enterprise lab management system a few years ago. The end result of all of our processes … Continue reading 

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How We Do Things – Testing Part 2

This content comes solely from my experience, study, and a lot of trial and error (mostly error). I make no claims stating that which works for me will work for you. As with all things, your mileage may vary, and … Continue reading 

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How We Do Things – Evolving our TDD/BDD Practice

This content comes solely from my experience, study, and a lot of trial and error (mostly error). I make no claims stating that which works for me will work for you. As with all things, your mileage may vary, and … Continue reading 

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How We Do Things – Planning Part 2

This content comes solely from my experience, study, and a lot of trial and error (mostly error). I make no claims stating that which works for me will work for you. As with all things, your mileage may vary, and … Continue reading 

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Attribution and Analogy

Brief pause to correct and address a couple of things. In my post Quit Living in the Past – Practices Evolve I used an analogy about hand washing in hospitals. It was later brought to my attention that Uncle Bob … Continue reading 

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