Monthly Archives: February 2008

A Simple Delegate Example

I was recently working on a code generator and I made use of some simple delegates and I thought that I would share a few ideas. Some folks may be wondering what is a delegate.  You can think of a … Continue reading 

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Good Code Is Not Just About Writing Lines of Code

At work we’ve been having a few coding sessions where we have one computer and a hand full of developers and work on a couple of tasks from the current sprint. It’s sort of like a mini CodingDojo. These meetings … Continue reading 

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A Custom Converter for Json.NET

I was playing around with Json.NET while trying to move some data back and forth between .NET and Flex. I found that I needed to deserialize a string that looks something like: string json = @”{param1:{FirstName:’Jay’,Age:2},param2:{FirstName:’Ray’,Age:3}}”; where param1 and param2 … Continue reading 

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A Project Walk Through – Defining User Stories

One of the things that I’ve learned is that you shouldn’t start development until you’re ready. You shouldn’t start until you have a good idea of what you are building. You shouldn’t start until you have some reasonable idea of … Continue reading 

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The folks at LosTechies invited me to join their blogging team. I’m not sure why they would want to dilute their blogging talent pool by having me, but I’m honored and I pledge to contribute to the best of my … Continue reading 

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