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  • Herding Code Talks About Nu

    Dru and I were recently featured on Herding Code Podcast. In the podcast we talk about everything from package management in general to Nubular (Nu) to other package management systems ( OpenWrap , Bricks , and Horn , although horn was/is slightly different) to the possibility of Microsoft releasing...
    Posted to Rob Reynolds - The Fervent Coder by Rob Reynolds on 08-27-2010
    Filed under: RoundhousE, UppercuT, Development, .NET, Agile, Gems
  • Testing that EventHandlers were wired up correctly with NUnit and Rhino Mocks

    Today I was trying to wrap some code in some tests (I got lazy and did not create the tests first… shot me).  What I was trying to ensure was that my event handlers I passed into a method were actually being wired up for usage.  Now I searched around the net for a while to see if there was...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 08-24-2010
    Filed under: Agile, .Net, TDD, Rhino Mocks, HowTo
  • Do Story Points Relate to Complexity or Time? Response

    I was recently pointed to an InfoQ article titled Do Story Points Relate to Complexity or Time? It mentions that some teams estimate by a matter of complexity versus how long in effort something will take. Mike Cohn , who wrote the original post It’s Effort, Not Complexity , makes some very good points...
    Posted to Rob Reynolds - The Fervent Coder by Rob Reynolds on 07-08-2010
    Filed under: Development, Agile
  • Agile is Performance, Feedback, Revision

    I came across a great video link yesterday, entitled “ Performance, Feedback, Revision ”. It’s a Canadian rapper named Baba Brinkman covering the theory of evolution and the work of Charles Darwin, and he equates evolution with how he writes his lyrics, Performance, Feedback, Revision. As I listened...
    Posted to Jak Charlton - Insane World by Jak Charlton on 04-14-2010
    Filed under: Agile, Rants, Architecture
  • Do you have an Action Plan to Tackle your Technical Debt?

    As a general rule all software development teams will create technical debt during the construction of their product.  Creating this debt is in no way an indicator that the team is bad or not talented, but rather is an indicator that they understand that there are always tradeoffs when building...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 04-09-2010
    Filed under: Development, Agile, Craftsmanship
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