Archive for January, 2008

Book Review of Scrum and XP From the Trenches

Friday, January 25th, 2008

Scrum and XP from the trenches by Henrik Kniberg. I mentioned this book the other day as part of my post on books to read when choosing an agile process. I'm mentioning it again for two reasons; 1) it's a great read and 2) it's a really great read. See ...

Gotchas: Fusion Log Viewer, your best friend for assembly load errors

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

Fusion is Microsoft's name for the technology that resolves and loads assemblies requested by your application. It turns out that the .NET framework comes with a little application that allows you to see what caused each assembly in your application to get loaded, how it was loaded (context) and where ...

Recession proofing your career

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

Rumors of layoffs at Yahoo (now confirmed) have sparked a few notable posts on a recession and how to survive it. The Scobleizer started this with his Surviving the 2008 recession post back in December but today the WebWorker Daily started offering advice on 5 ways to recession proof your ...

Choosing an agile process – Part 6: Books and reading

Monday, January 21st, 2008

So hopefully you're not taking everything I say as the absolute truth. While that would be flattering it would also be foolish on your part. Here's a list of references to some of the reading material we've covered while looking at processes for p&p.

Early thoughts on EntLib 4.0

Tuesday, January 15th, 2008

Grigori Melnik, Product Planner for EntLib 4.0, has some interesting posts on his blog regarding their plans for the new version of EntLib and its dependency injection framework in particular. Technorati Tags: EntLib