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Jonathan Mills,

Everyone has done it, you know you have too. When someone asks you for a status update on a new feature you just finished coding, you say "That's Done!" Think about what you just said for a minute, is ...

Szymon Kobalczyk,

This is first in series of articles about project I've been building in my spare time since last Summer. Actually it all began when I was researching a topic of modeling human motion kinematics in order ...

simonc,

For those interested, myself and a few other people from Red Gate will be going to DevWeek 2012 in London this week. I'll be mostly around the .NET and C# talks, but may drop into the architecture and ...

Kyle Burns,

Yes, Bob is my uncle too. I also think the points in the Manifesto for Software Craftsmanship (manifesto.softwarecraftsma... are all great. What amazes me is that tend to confuse the term “well ...

Ralf Westphal,

In my previous article I came to a couple of conclusions based on the reality of software development, or should I say “the nature of software development”? Here are the – to me - undeniable facts of what ...

Ralf Westphal,

Let´s get real about software development: It´s never going to be a quietly flowing river. Never. And that´s why the current approaches to software development like XP, Scrum, and Kanban will always cause ...

Tim Murphy,

The discovery phase of any project is both exciting and critical to the project’s success. There are several key points that you need to keep in mind as you navigate this process. The first thing you need ...

tikrimi,

Hello all bloggers and readers of Geekswithblogs.net. To introduce myself, my name is Christopher Bonnevault, I am a consultant for Valtech. I work with the platform. Net since 2002 mostly in Asp.Net. ...

Robert May,

When teams are first introduced to Stand-Ups, many teams will dread them. Their thought is, “Oh great! Yet another meeting to consume a bunch of my time!” I certainly understand this sentiment, and if ...

Steve Wilkes,

I've made a list of programming books I've read, am reading and am going to read on the Bookshelved Wiki; would anyone care to recommend good books for a web-oriented, C# Agile programmer which I've not ...

joeeames,

The great lesson of the Titanic was hubris, right? Perhaps. I don't know. What I do know is that there is another valuable lesson from the Titanic that is very applicable to software engineering: A failed ...