- Peter Ritchie on Community Reality Check: Is INETA a concrete life raft?
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Monthly Archives: October 2007
Speaking of the firehose: ALTNETCONF List Stats Started: Oct 7th Current Member Count: 438 Total Message Count: 1842 New Members In Past 7 Days: 115 New Message In Past 7 Days: 971
Sorry, I can’t resist. Hot off the presses is a new technology planned for Visual Studio 10, Oslo. It was announced today by the director of Microsoft’s Connected Systems Division, Burley Kawasaki (love the name). Microsoft today unveiled a futuristic … Continue reading
If you are looking for some good podcasts to listen to, you might check out some of the keynotes from OOPSLA 2007. They’ve put them all out on the web. I’m also super excited that they are doing OOPSLA 2008 … Continue reading
For Immediate Release INETA North America Membership Division Announces: New Membership Mentor – Kentucky, Tennessee Evan Hoff, Nashville, TN, USA From INETA User Group: Nashville Visual Studio .NET User Group Bellevue, WA –October 27, 2007 – INETA North America Vice … Continue reading
I’m clipping this for myself. It’s a post from Udi on Agile Architecture. Here are my thoughts: > – What’s hard about doing design in an Agile project? Battling with YAGNI people. The amount of up front design acceptable to … Continue reading
Please read this first ** I would challenge you to find a single page on P&P (or any other part of MSDN) that mentions any OO principle ** I couldn’t find any on google. I don’t have any problem with … Continue reading
That question was raised by a member of Microsoft’s P&P Team earlier. I wanted to reproduce the correspondence here: This is a hot topic, but I am here to have an open discussion with a group of peers so I … Continue reading
Sorry, I rarely do link posts, but this is a must read (even if it is old news). It’s a tongue and cheek look at database normalization. Ironically enough, it was given as a presentation to the data storage guys … Continue reading
I wanted to reproduce these here for reference. The network is reliable. Latency is zero. Bandwidth is infinite. The network is secure. Topology doesn’t change. There is one administrator. Transport cost is zero. The network is homogeneous. These were originally … Continue reading