I Heart ReSharper!

I’m still surprised by just how many people still aren’t using ReSharper. It’s an amazing productivity adding for Microsoft Visual Studio.  Once you’ve spent the time learning a few keyboard shortcuts you will not go back to naked studio. There … Continue reading 

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Deploying .NET Applications – Learning MSBuild and ClickOnce

I recently finished reading… Deploying .NET Applications: Learning MSBuild and ClickOnce (Expert’s Voice in .Net) I was interested in this book mainly to find an easier way to deploy ClickOnce applications via an automated build. Most of my build automation … Continue reading 

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BDD on Creatine

In an attempt to further understand BDD, I chose to revise the code from my previous post after receiving some amazing advice from two people I regard highly (Scott & JP). I should state that this is my interpretation of … Continue reading 

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BDD on Steroids

In the last couple of weeks I had a chance to sprinkle some of JP’s syntactic sugar, all over my projects. It’s amazing how much more concise my units test have become. I’ve had a couple of issues where I … Continue reading 

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Data-Driven Services with Silverlight 2

I recently finished reading… Data-Driven Services with Silverlight 2 I have been wanting to get in to the world of WCF for some time now, but wasn’t really sure how to get started. This book was good at explaining how … Continue reading 

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Introducing NLP

I recently finished reading… Introducing NLP: Psychological Skills for Understanding and Influencing People   I first heard about Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) while I was reading The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists. I thought that it sounded like … Continue reading 

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Object Thinking

I recently finished reading… Object Thinking by David West   As usual I fold down pages that contain paragraphs that interest me… below are a few excerpts from the book that I enjoyed! "Better people" has been recognized as the … Continue reading 

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Shortening The Feedback Loop

Thank you everyone who attended our presentation last night at the Calgary Agile Methodologies User Group. We had a tonne of fun, and hope that you took away some valuable information.   

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Look Ma! Real Proxies…

I took some time today to pull down the source code for SvnBridge today, and man, I was blown away. I started at Program.cs and made it to line 25 Bootstrapper.Start(). From there I went on to look at the … Continue reading 

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Who do you wanna Jott? Twitter

So I recently started twittering… or tweeting. I’m not sure what the correct lingo is, so hook me up if you know. It all started a while back when James announced that he was the newest Twit. He mentioned a … Continue reading 

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