- anonymous on A Discussion on Domain Driven Design: Value Objects
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- Anonymous on Matrix Resource Management and Agile
- Kevin Reilly on Matrix Resource Management and Agile
- N Horton on Agile vs. Traditional Development Cost Models …Maybe
Monthly Archives: April 2007
If you ever need to figure out why your WPF application is performing so poorly check out this MSDN Article on optimizing WPF Application Performance.
In my previous post we talked about Entities. Entities have a lot of overhead associated with them. They have a full lifecycle from cradle to grave. They also have identity which forces the domain model to be very expressive … Continue reading
Found this on YouTube and thought I would share it with everyone. Enjoy. Sorry CS is removing the object tags use the following link http://www.youtube.com/v/YJZccbEZQwg
I got this from Sam Gentile’s blog but I know I am going to forget about it later when I need it, hence the blog post. Tweak Hounds – Tweaking Windows Vista
The title says it all! If the defence department can somehow find a way to incorporate agile there isn’t any excuse for any industry not to adopt it. Read the case study here.
My last post was intended to help better explain how the ubiquitous language forms the back bone of Domain Driven Design (DDD). I am hoping that this post helps to explain some of the more foundational artifacts of DDD, namely … Continue reading
You all have to check this site out! The videos alone worth it. Now I can code and game at the same time.
Found this article accidently. The title caught my eye. Anyway it is kind of funny how the characteristics that Prof. Fisher outlines mirror that of agile development. An agile supply chain must have two characteristics, Prof. Fisher says. “Clearly, … Continue reading
InfoQ interviews Dave Astels and Steven Baker, two of the authors of the successful Rspec framework about enabling Behavior-Driven Development in Ruby, and the implications of moving from a test-centric point of view to one that is more specification-driven. The … Continue reading