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technodrone,

I enjoyed this article this morning. I observe and play the chicken game constantly. I always called it the "Is it done yet game". As the recession worsens we are afraid to say "that enhancement to the ...

Theo Moore,

I've been trying today to figure out a good way to get logging from my Selenium tests. I've considered and explored several methods and haven't been really happy with any idea I've found. I tried Log4j, ...

Jeff Ferguson,

I am pleased to announce the first Community Technology Preview [CTP] release of Gepsio, an open-source XBRL document object model for .NET. The release includes a ready-to-use .NET 3.5 assembly called ...

Robz / Fervent Coder,

The DevHuddle. This is a term I started using to identify what my team does to plan development work for an iteration. Basically this is where we sync up and get everyone on an even playing field for consistency, ...

Martin L. Shoemaker,

(Click picture for a larger image.) No, I'm not going to name any of the devs who inspired this post. They wouldn't know who I am, anyway. But it takes an extremely high degree of arrogance to go from ...

andrewbrust,

A recent guest editorial by ZapThink’s Ron Schmelzer on TechTarget.com has gone out on a limb and panned Microsoft’s messaging around Oslo and its greater SOA strategy. Schmelzer and ZapThink really believe ...

D'Arcy Lussier,

I got back from DevTeach Montreal on Friday, and it was once again a fantastic conference experience. A whole week of meeting and talking with fantastic professionals specializing in all sorts of development ...

deyaert,

I've been looking around for sometime, but never found some good information about it. Well, today, I've found some interesting articles (It's not really that new, the article is dated September 15 2008). ...

marocanu2001,

I am for 7 years now in the IT industry I have heard a lot of good things about pair programming, I don't know if it is just a rumour :), like the fact that pair programming reduces the number of bugs ...

Darren Gosbell,

Yesterday at the 2008 PASS conference they announced the winners of the SQL Heroes contest and I am proud to announce that BIDSHelper won first place with a perfect score of 55 out of 55. And extra congratulations ...

Martin L. Shoemaker,

...I managed to get through the entire Agile Summer Camp without drawing a single UML diagram. I must be coming down with something ...

Mitchell Land,

I can hear your screaming from here (on the plane at who knows how many thousands of feet overhead): "final thoughts, what happened to Days 2, 3, and 4?" Well, in answer to that, I bring you this bit of ...

Jeff Certain,

I've got to say, I've been really impressed by the number and quality of the attendees from Microsoft -- Simon Guest, Howard Dierkin, Peter Provost, Scott Guthrie, Scott Hanselman... and I'm sure I missed ...

Brian's House Of Bilz,

It's been over a year now since I have been developing using TDD (Test Driven Development) as my primary development practice. I wanted to reflect on what it has done for me professionally. In reality, ...

Glenn Burnside,

Ok. First post and all that. Let's get all the fluff out of the way now. I've kept an internal blog at work for about 5 years now. Sitting at PDC08 this week, I decided it was time to go public. The blogsphere ...