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Lee Brandt,

I didn’t leave work until 8PM this evening. I was wrestling with a JavaScript/JQuery problem and it became a personal battle to bend this application to my will. (Maybe in some future post I’ll talk about ...

Chris Eargle,

This is part 3 of a series on KiGG Automation. Code in this article may be dependent on previous entries. Part 1: Automating KiGG Publishing Part 2: KiGG’s Story Summary Part 3: Automating KiGG Submission ...

onefloridacoder,

Last night I finished my first SketchFlow project last night. I was using the (free) first chapter of an upcoming book “Dynamic Prototyping with SketchFlow in Expression Blend”. This copy doesn’t look ...

onefloridacoder,

BDUF was especially interesting when I heard Peter Provost and Billy Hollis speak on this topic during their presentations at the PnP Summit last year. Both made points that I could definitely relate to. ...

gregorymalcolm,

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TwinCitiesITandDevEvents,

What is Agile? Agile Project Management is a process that emphasizes teamwork, flexibility, adaptation and constant feedback. The goal of this process is to lower costs through making the right decisions ...

Alois Kraus,

The Enterprise Library team is trying to improve the performance of the Logging Application Block (LAB) even further. Since version one we did come a long way. It is interesting that even the guidance ...

Matt Christian,

Recently I read a portion of a good book ('Agile Software Development with Scrum' by Ken Schwaber with Mike Beedle). I read this book in order to understand the Agile/Scrum development style used at my ...

Etienne Tremblay,

I’m speaking again at DevTeach this year in June in Vancouver. Here is a comprensive list of things going on. Party with Vancouver IT community Monday June 8th URL: http://party.cuga.ca/Home.aspx Vancouver ...

Liam McLennan,

When a customer sponsors a software development project they want to know two things: how much will the project cost and when will the project be finished. The trouble with agile is that it cannot answer ...

Aaron Kowall,

Azure session with Chappel was pretty good. I have a better perspective on where Azure fits in. Then attended: OFC03-INT - Integrating Application Lifecycle Management and Project Portfolio Management. ...

NINEQuestions,

I’ve known Jim Duffy for almost 6 years now, and I can honestly say he thinks he’s one of the funniest people I’ve ever met. When I first asked Jim to do a NINE Questions interview, back in September, ...

NINEQuestions,

Mark and have been friends for a few years. He (and his company, Dunn Training) is an active supporter of community events, a good guy and a true Southerner. Mark gets around a lot and I'm constantly running ...

Chris Eargle,

Brian Harry has posted a list of features that will be in the upcoming beta 1 of Visual Studio 2010 Team System. Unfortunately, the date of release for beta 1 has not been announced yet. Architecture (http://blogs.msdn.com/came... ...

Chris Williams,

I’ve known Jim Duffy for almost 6 years now, and I can honestly say he thinks he’s one of the funniest people I’ve ever met. When I first asked Jim to do a NINE Questions interview, back in September, ...

Lee Brandt,

At the AgileKC meeting this last month Martin Olson gave a great overview of Scrum. There were some people who came to learn about Scrum and Agile Development in general. They came to hear the good, the ...

Erik France,

I am not the first to post on this, but just in case you have not heard, take a look at http://www.abetterteam.org/. This is a short on-line survey which will plot how you perceive your Agile team is doing. ...

Dylan Smith,

So I started my new job at Anvil Digital a few weeks ago. One of the first things I’ve been doing is just taking a look at the current projects and processes and finding some opportunities and/or weaknesses ...

Dave Oliver,

There really has never been a better time to get into Enterprise Architecture as the global economic downturn means that smart companies will be looking at making efficiency savings through strategic implementations ...