Category Archives: Programming
I recently read Jeremy Miller’s post on his thoughts about Legacy Code. His expanded definition of Legacy code was perfect: Legacy code is code that you’re afraid of, but is too valuable or big to toss away. He comments on … Continue reading
I was reading an blog entry by Ayende Rahien (aka Oren Eini) again, “Entities, Services and what goes between them…” and one of his commenters asked the following question: re: Entities, Services and what goes between them… 2/27/2007 6:44 … Continue reading
If you don’t want to host your own sourcecode on your own Subversion server like I was doing, check this out. It is Google’s code hosting for subversion. You are given 100 MB of space and can apply a specific … Continue reading
VERY GOOD READS Scot Hanselmann Interview questions: http://www.hanselman.com/blog/WhatGreatNETDevelopersOughtToKnowMoreNETInterviewQuestions.aspx Ayende Answers to Hanselmann questions: http://www.ayende.com/Blog/archive/8756.aspx
Today I had a good conversation with a colleague about software structure and coding standards. His beliefs are that a class should be a monolithic so the maintenance is centralized and everything a developer, mainly newbie or junior, needs is … Continue reading
Microsoft announced the release of Windows Mobile 6 will during the second quarter of 2007. The new version will include Microsoft Live features and also allow the user to create/edit Microsoft Office items and retain their same format/layout. I’m extremely … Continue reading
I was recently speaking with a co-worker about how some projects get into a Death March because the development team never had the opportunity to speak with/see the end user. On another project, I requested that I be able to … Continue reading
The finalists The winners are announced at SD West 2007.
I have had personal experience with trying to migrate a team over to Agile methodologies and this article talks about a team that has succeeded then their employer has an auditor come in who has archaic coding habits and has … Continue reading
Jeremy Miller of CodeBetter and Oren Eini of Ayende have two good posts about the the anti team. Jeremy’s post. Oren’s post.