Monthly Archives: December 2007

What I Do Is What I Do Is What You Do Or What

Since I got tagged by more than one of my fellow Los Techies bloggers, I figured I better step up and throw down. While my job history is available on my LinkedIn profile, I’m going to focus on what I … Continue reading 

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Enterprise Service Bus using MSMQ in .NET

Over the past couple of weeks, I have been working on nailing down some design for a service bus to add real-time capability to one of our applications. This has led to spending some time looking at nServiceBus as well … Continue reading 

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Blogging from the Relief Shelter in Tulsa

When the ice storm hit Tulsa on Sunday, our home lost power early Monday morning. It wasn’t long before the temperatures in our home dropped to nearly 60 degrees F. We initially planned to “tough it out” but realized quickly … Continue reading 

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Iteration One is a Wrap

Over the past two weeks, my department has been working on our first iteration using agile practices. Yesterday, we wrapped up with a retrospective to go over our progress. We used a fish bowl to keep the conversation centered and … Continue reading 

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Visual Studio 2008 InstallFest in Tulsa

Tonight was the Tulsa installment of the Visual Studio 2008 InstallFest that is sweeping the cities this month. In a move to get people excited about VS2008, Microsoft handed out 150 trial copies of VS2008 to those that registered. As … Continue reading 

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