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AJ Warnock,

Thanks Joe Healy and Mike Wells! If you were fortunate enough to attend either the Sarasota Developers Group meeting or the new Sarasota SQL developers group meeting on Tuesday night, I am sure that you ...

Tim Murphy,

I sat in a meeting today where a boat load of process documents were dumped on the team in the middle of an A&D phase which is already behind schedule. Now this wasn't to introduce us to new processes, ...

Steve Eadie,

its here Grigori has just announced that the July drop of GAT/GAX has been released. So here's the highlights other than the usual bug fixes. Support for both Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Studio 2008 ...

Steve Eadie,

Grigori Melnik has announced the plans for GAX 1.3 here, thanks to Tom for the heads up on this announcement. At last I can talk about something I've known for a while ;) So really GAX 1.3 is the version ...

Robert May,

Previously, we'd been using a combination of Gemini and excel to manage our product. It was doing ok--generating burns in Excel was a pain, making things match Gemini was a pain, but at least something ...

Steve Loethen,

eScrum: Agile Project Management Tool eScrum is an end-to-end Project management tool for Scrum. It is a web based tool built on the Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) platform. Its components ...

Chris Haaker,

This is a raw and unedited stream of notes from the TechEd 2007 (via Virtual TechEd) keynote by Bob Muglia. This year's theme was Back to the Future. There were a couple of funny moments ... I am watching ...

Darren Gosbell,

What!? I hear you say, where did 1.0 go? Did I miss it? No, unfortunately some of the version numbers got out of synch in the initial release. The .Addin file was reporting 0.9, but the assembly was reporting ...

Scott Muc,

The Devteach conference has started, During breakfast I was seeing all the legends of the .Net world. It was pretty cool to be hanging out with the likes of Roy Osherove, Jeremy Miller, Jean-Paul Boodhoo, ...

Prabhat Samuel,

Test Driven Development: Testing methodology associated with Agile Programming in which every chunk of code is covered by unit tests, which must all pass all the time, in an effort to eliminate unit-level ...

Robert May,

I'm sure I'll receive at least one comment about my source for this, but the points that Steven Milloy makes are really quite good. The pattern of heating and cooling has been happening for the entire ...

Tim Murphy,

I have been working on a documentation improvement project for my current client. This, along with a post by Jeremy Miller got me thinking again about the worth of documentation. The client uses a predominantly ...

Dru Sellers,

What does it mean to be to be ALT.NET? In short it signifies: You’re the type of developer who uses what works while keeping an eye out for a better way. You reach outside the mainstream to adopt the best ...

Lou Vega,

I’ve always been a fan of agile methodologies – just as I’ve always dreaded process heavy projects…mostly that fear has come with good reason, i.e., the project I’m on right now that is a waterfall project ...

Chip Lemmon,

The NJUX meeting was a great event. Thanks to everyone who turned out! A big lesson learned is that South Orange may not be the most ideal location to get to. We'll need to figure out a new location when ...

Kyle,

For more than 5 years now, Apple has used buzzwords like "stylish", "sleek", "elegant" to stress the design of their products. I think that in the early 00's they realized that not only are people looking ...