Monthly Archives: September 2008

Learning TDD

Learning TDD takes time and can be especially tough if you don’t have an opportunity to work with folks that are already doing TDD. It requires you to think and work differently and there are many pitfalls along the way. … Continue reading 

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How Mr. Buford got me started in software development

Jason tagged me awhile back for a “How did I get started in software development?” post and I’m just now getting around to it, but I’m going to change the format a little. One morning back in 1982/83 when I … Continue reading 

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Creating a Silverlight Layout Panel

On our current project, we came across the need to build some custom layout panels in Silverlight to achieve some complex fluid layouts that we could not get from the built in controls. I was amazed to see how easy … Continue reading 

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From Flex to Silverlight

A couple of years ago my company started development on a web product that had designs for a very rich user interface. We started out building a AJAX HTML based application and realized very soon that we were having to … Continue reading 

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