- Working hard and enjoying every minute of it.
- using the asp.net lego blocks to create a synchronized Kanban board.
- Tip to become a successful software engineer.
- ASP.Net Web Config Transform Console Utility released on nuget
- Are your unit tests still hard to read ? – Should Assertion Library
- Using sql compact for integration tests with entity framework.
Category Archives: agile
I was thinking about target conditions and the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle earlier today when a code related issue that I was having popped into head and decided to meld with the current string of thoughts. The resulting thought was leading … Continue reading
This is a follow up to the post http://www.lostechies.com/blogs/hex/archive/2009/11/06/using-msdeploy-to-automate-your-enterprise-application-remote-deployments.aspx The only trouble I have run into using this approach is that the runCommand does not bubble up error code or exit code from the command being executed on a … Continue reading
In my last post, I talked about how we like to track bugs, with just pieces of paper. At lot of the responses were interesting, but I think some came back to the issue of “what is a bug?” Some … Continue reading
I’m of the opinion that a process must demonstrate the need for software, before software is put in place to manage that process. Bug tracking is a process, but often we jump straight to a software solution for managing/tracking bugs … Continue reading
Early this week we ( Jeffrey Palermo and I ) gave a Continuous Integration Workshop in Austin. We were able to record the workshop and our company Headspring Systems made the recordings available on their website. There is just under … Continue reading
A colleague in the nation of Pablo-The-Donkey asked a question on the LosTechies private mailing list: “Has anyone had experience with bringing agile into a workplace that has legacy code that hurts to touch, let alone wrap tests around and … Continue reading
At the continuous integration workshop Headspring Systems held in Austin this week one of the topics that we covered was Database Integration. We are still in the process of publishing the videos of the entire workshop but I thought I … Continue reading
There’s a new mailing list over on Google Groups surrounding the ideas behind Agile Developer Skills Certification. After reading this post by Ron Jeffries, I joined up with the group and started reading the traffic. I generally share the same … Continue reading
I am doing a Continuous Integration Workshop next Tuesday. The admission is free and will be held at the Microsoft Office. To register go here: http://www.headspringsystems.com/services/agile-training/continuous-integration/ This will cover the basics of what continuous integration is as well … Continue reading
In the lean manufacturing world heijunka – production leveling – “is a technique for reducing the mura waste and vital to the development of production efficiency […]. The general idea is to produce intermediate goods at a constant rate, to … Continue reading