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  • Software Release Management - Why You Can’t And Shouldn’t Force People to Use the Latest Version

    As software creators we don't get to decide what version of our tools / libraries that people use. If we try to force them, our users will go somewhere else. Update: What Type of Software This Applies To This post talks of tools, applications and libraries. Things that end up in the users hands....
    Posted to Rob Reynolds - The Fervent Coder by Rob Reynolds on 01-25-2012
    Filed under: Development, Tools, .NET, Gems, NuGet
  • AppHarbor - Azure Done Right AKA Heroku for .NET

    Easy and Instant deployments and instant scale for .NET? Awhile back a few of us were looking at Ruby Gems as the answer to package management for .NET . The gems platform supported the concept of DLLs as packages although some changes would have needed to happen to have long term use for the entire...
    Posted to Rob Reynolds - The Fervent Coder by Rob Reynolds on 02-16-2011
    Filed under: NHibernate, Fluent NHibernate, RoundhousE, HowTo, UppercuT, Development, Git, Tools, .NET, Agile, Gems, Challenge
  • 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
  • How To – UppercuT and Gems

    In a previous post I mentioned how I was going to show you how UppercuT (UC) has the ability to make gems stupid simple to create and publish. You ask if gems can get any easier and to that I answer, “Why YES, they can!” How about just filling out the information for the gemspec, running...
    Posted to Rob Reynolds - The Fervent Coder by Rob Reynolds on 07-20-2010
    Filed under: HowTo, UppercuT, Development, Tools, .NET, Gems
  • How To – Gems And .NET – Dependencies (References)

    In my last post I didn’t mention dependencies. Dependencies are their own animal. They require a couple more things to be in place. Let’s talk about those things. In the .NET world, the dependency for compiled bits is usually an exact version of a reference. Let me explain. So for example...
    Posted to Rob Reynolds - The Fervent Coder by Rob Reynolds on 07-17-2010
    Filed under: HowTo, UppercuT, Development, .NET, Gems
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