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Chris J. Breisch,

Since today is apparently “Agile” day, I’ll mention that Scrum for Team System is now available and you can’t beat the price (free). Scrum for Team System is a free Agile Software ...

Chris J. Breisch,

There’a a good article on the benefits of pairwise test over at Tyner Blain. I’ve said before that I believe that Extreme Programming is the way to go in the future for software development, ...

Pablo Galiano,

I have been working since the beginning on this exciting project as a part of the Microsoft Pattern & Practices Team. If you want to build services using the best pratices and guidance you should check ...

Scott Kuhl,

The purpose of this article is to define a set of ideal practices for an agile software development project. The idea for this article came to me after discussing CMMI-type processes and realizing that ...

Lorin Thwaits,

Great news from the Governor of Louisiana today! Some federal funding is finally coming to help folks rebuild. After driving all around New Orleans two weeks ago, I can say without reservation that the ...

Chris J. Breisch,

Patterns of XUnit Test Automation is a good resource for developers doing TDD. From the site: This site has been put together to allow the XUnit community to share good practices in test automation. It ...

Michael Van Cleave,

Okay, so a friend of mine and I have a good long running inside joke about the phrase “2 weeks”. A long time ago in the movie the Money Pit (good movie, you need to see it), there is one part ...

Szymon Kobalczyk,

I've finally convinced Marcin Celej, my brother in law and fellow dev, to start blogging. He has many interesting things to say about ORMs, Workflows and developing Business Logic in general. He is also ...

Malcolm Anderson,

I had the privilege to meet and interact with Peter Provost during my 6 months tour at Microsoft and today while I was looking for the solution to an interesting NUnit issue, I re-discovered his blog. ...

Abrachan Pudussery PMP ,

During January 2006, I had the opportunity to train batches of software engineers on project management based on the project management body of knowledge but focused on the practtioners approach, not just ...

Steve Bargelt,

Greetings! It was a tough decision but I have moved my blog to bargelt.com. Thanks for visiting! First of all I’d like to wish everyone out there in the metaverse a prosperous 2006. 2005 Time flies, or ...

Brandon Paddock,

But barely! You see, I woke up Saturday morning with no voice to speak of (or with!). Perfect timing, don't ya think? I get the chance to spend a day with some of the most interesting people in the Seattle ...

Michael Van Cleave,

A while back a friend of mine Ben posted about a pod casting site he liked to listen too. Well, out of being tired of the same old tracks spinning on my hard drive, I found my way back to the site. Any ...

Malcolm Anderson,

It turns out that the term “Waterfallian” has been in the lexicon for at least a year and a half, but that doesn't stop it from being a new and useful term. Maybe I can be know as, “the ...

Michael Van Cleave,

The more I read and play with the new features of the next release of VS the more I am impressed. I was reading a quick article on MSDN about : Performing Nightly Builds with Team Foundation Server I am ...