Monthly Archives: June 2008

VMWare Optimization

Further to my earlier post on development enviroments, I wanted to share some ideas on how to work with Visual Studio in VMWare. Remember that running VMWare isn’t cost-free; you need to make sure that you’ve got resources to allocate … Continue reading 

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Your Development Environment

When I first started working in “the real world”, I had a development environment which I’d describe as typical: average Dell computer and peripherals, one monitor, Windows XP with all my applications installed, including VS2003 and VS2005. I’m sure Last … Continue reading 

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Design Dithering

When you break out of the “new programmer” mindset and begin thinking in terms of organisation, patterns, and good design, I think there’s a real danger of hitting a development wall. What actually is the correct way of implementing a … Continue reading 

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