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newman,

Software development is complicated. Everyone has their own opinion on how it should be approached and from time to time you get little clusters of folks that follow the same mantra, whether it be “agile ...

Brian Schroer,

Inspired by Brian Button's presentation at the St. Louis .NET User Group and Scott Hanselman's dnrTV! episode, I'm starting to look into PowerShell. Scott Dorman had a link to a free introductory PowerShell ...

Dave Oliver,

Last week I was lucky enough to meet Charles Edwards of ProcessWave Limited who introduced me to an Open Source project that he is collaborating on called Agile EA. In a nutshell, Agile EA isn’t another ...

Steven Mitcham,

I've been working in organizations that adhere to some level of the CMMI for some time now. And we are trying to fit what we can of agile programming into our process, and hopefully are achieving better ...

Jeff Julian,

Well John and I are back in the swing of things. We have reorganized the equipment to make it easier and faster to record podcasts. Watch this blog for our next move as it should happen fast. Here is a ...

Scott Kuhl,

If you are using agile development at all, you need to check out TargetProcess. I have used several different tools for project management and this is the one I keep coming back too. Yes, even you FogCreek ...

Russell Ball,

When I first heard about Behavior Driven Development, I dismissed it as a trivial re-branding of TDD (Test-Driven Development). I figured that either someone was getting way too anal about "getting the ...

Chip Lemmon,

This is an open letter to the attendees of the upcoming ALT.Net gathering in Austin TX. Dear Friends, Sadly I will not be able to join you at ALT.Net due to some poor planning on my part. I regret missing ...

Dru Sellers,

What topics am I interested in? Agile in the Enterprise How and when to bring DSLs into a program Listening to what everyone has to say. Seeing what tools everyone is using. Basking in the pro-agile, pro-get ...

Dru Sellers,

"Individuals and Interactions over process and tools" I have been rereading some of the foundational assets of Agile community and the first section of the Agile manifesto is really ringing loud and clear ...

BizWhisperer,

My blog has gotten really stale, so here's a quick attempt to bring it up to date. Earlier this year I got the opportunity to go to work with a really great guy from the .Net community named Rusty Zarse ...

Dylan Smith,

Today I was involved in some discussion of how we can improve our estimating procedures. Being a believer in agile techniques, my approach to estimating is quite a bit different than the traditional approach ...

Scott Miller,

"You need top focus on producing quality software, not on producing documentation...Many organizations that adopt the RUP product like it because it's complex, it describes a wide range of development ...

Russell Ball,

In the Agile community, a war room refers to a team room where developers work, customer meetings take place, and all projected related information is displayed. It is supposed to maximize communication ...

Scott Miller,

I am nearing the end of my first week at the new job. On day one, I was given Lean Software Development : An Agile Toolkit for Software Development Managers to read, by Mary Poppendieck. We use agile processes. ...