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  • Gems - Package Management For .NET

    The Ruby community has enjoyed a great user experience with a package management system they use called Gems. A gem is a package (or a library), compressed with some additional metadata, and can be either source files or binaries. Let’s focus on binary gems. We have the same concept in .NET (DLLs...
    Posted to Rob Reynolds - The Fervent Coder by Rob Reynolds on 07-16-2010
    Filed under: RoundhousE, SidePOP, UppercuT, Development, Tools, .NET, Gems
  • Deciding On Features For Open Source

    “Open source feature selection is subjective.” An interesting question was posed to me recently at a presentation - “How do you decide what features to include in the [open source] projects you manage?” Is It Objective? I’d like to say that it’s really objective and that we vote on features and look...
    Posted to Rob Reynolds - The Fervent Coder by Rob Reynolds on 05-15-2010
    Filed under: HowTo, UppercuT, Development
  • Chicago Alt.NET Presentation Aftermath

    Right now I’m on the train on my way back from Chicago. It’s interesting to be drinking a Corona and hanging out in the lounge while I’m watching the miles go by. Chicago was a nice time. I had never been so we decided to vacation in Chicago and see the sites – posts coming at the other blog . My presentation...
    Posted to Rob Reynolds - The Fervent Coder by Rob Reynolds on 05-15-2010
    Filed under: UppercuT, Events
  • UppercuT and Mercurial (hg)

    I mentioned this awhile back on twitter, but UppercuT (UC) has support for Mercurial for versioning your assemblies. In the settings file, all you need to do it tell UC to use hg. When you build your assemblies, they will use the changeset number in the version, and in the informational version, you...
    Posted to Rob Reynolds - The Fervent Coder by Rob Reynolds on 04-22-2010
    Filed under: UppercuT, Development, Tools, .NET
  • Chuck Norris Welcomes You

      Chuck Norris doesn’t program with a keyboard. He stares the computer down until it does what he wants. All things need a name. We’ve tossed around a bunch of names for the framework of tools we’ve been working on, but one we kept coming back to was Chuck Norris. Why did we choose Chuck Norris...
    Posted to Rob Reynolds - The Fervent Coder by Rob Reynolds on 04-17-2010
    Filed under: RoundhousE, SidePOP, UppercuT, Development, Tools, .NET
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