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Edgardo Vega,

After my last post, two people agreed with Chris. Here are their stories and I don't think I will have to make the commentary on this one. Jeremy Oh Chris, that sounds awfully familiar. At one point I ...

Joel Ross,

Over the past few months or so, I've been more and more impressed by Newsgator. Yeah, the software is great, but that’s not why I've been impressed. Although, I do have to say that FeedDemon is a very ...

Malcolm Anderson,

A very short rant (picture jumping-up-and-down tantrum) Throwing out all process and making the deadline for your new project, 30 days from now, does NOT make what you're doing “An agile process” ...

Scott Miller,

Alot of talk in the blogosphere lately about the userfulness of UML. The general consensus is that - "if it can't generate code, it isn't worth using". Microsoft even says so in their Team Modeling Strategy ...

Scott Kuhl,

I have completed moving all of my boomarks (425) from del.icio.us and a9 to Yahoo! MyWeb. Many of the bookmarks fall under tags: .net, .net articles, .net libraries, agile, architecture, asp.net, asp.net ...

Scott G.,

The other TDD has nothing to do with testing. It's got everything to do with tables. Being a fan of table driven application architectures, I was glad to find this on Martin Fowler's site. I've been using ...

Erik France,

If you're in the Kansas City metro area, you really need to take a look at Agile KC. This relatively new group is all about the Agile methodology and how it can work in your organization. I believe their ...

Chris J. Breisch,

From Brad Wilson (The .NET Guy) Italicize the ones you've seen and Bold the ones you actually liked. Unfortunately for me, I’m a movieholic. Fortunately for me, I’m a parent now, which means ...

Rishi Pande,

I was wondering what development strategies (if any) other people on this site use. I have been using the Test-driven development stategy for the last couple projects. It is a good strategy that keeps ...

Chris J. Breisch,

Those that know me, know that I read quite a few books, both fiction and work-related. As a result, I’m often asked “What’s a good book for X?” or “Do you have any information ...

Chris Williams,

I've been dumping this to Outlook and my PDA all morning... too much cool stuff, not enough time... Monday, June 06 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM Opening Keynote 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM CSI241 Connected Systems Technologies ...

Jason Bentley,

I have been reading a lot here lately about MSF Agile so I decided to start digesting it for future use. It sure has it's skeptics. See here, here, and here. Well, I think that the MSF Agile team and Randy ...

Dave Oliver,

Yesterday, I attended DeveloperDays at what Microsoft Campus in Reading, UK. A good days was had by all and I sure as hell learnt allot, but I did feel very much overwhelmed when I got home last-night, ...

Robert Kloosterhuis,

Currently, I am on one of those really standard tasks in a migration process: Software Intake. My role in this is writing application installation instructions for the helpdesk (or for packaging), whereafter ...

Jay Glynn,

My TechEd BOF session Pragmatic Architecture has been accepted. It's currently scheduled for Wed, June 8th at 7:45. I am really looking forward to this. Application, system and enterprise architecture ...

Brandon Vicedomini,

This is the inaugural post for my new web log on geekswithblogs.net. Expect upcoming posts on agile technologies and processes such as continuous integration, MSF Agile, test driven development. I'll also ...

Mohamed Ahmed Meligy,

Back to MDC, those were great days in MDC 2004, (I wrote about that before). Today, just half an hour after writing this post, I'll be on my way to the pre-conference day of the MDC. I set a post category ...

James Anderson,

I have applied for a new job. The job is performing software development using C# and ASP.net, that said I plan on picking up a book on C# tonight. Additional requirements of the job include: 'Agile Software ...

Brian Takita,

Jeremy Rifkin wrote a book about how the private and public sector are unable to support productivity growth caused by technology. There is an abundance unskilled and semiskilled laborers who find that ...

Jeff Julian,

Since joining Vision Data, I have been exposed to a truly TDD (Test-Driven Development) environment, along with other agile methodologies. I must say that my productivity has risen substantially and the ...