Arjan's World: LINKBLOG for May 13, 2007
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Sunday, May 13, 2007

LINKBLOG for May 13, 2007

  • The Art and Craft of Great Software Architecture and Development: Enough of Processes or the Ascendancy of the Toolbox approach

  • Magic Ink: Information Software and the Graphical Interface

  • Blogging Is About Writing - Lorelle VanFossen

  • Working with Abstract classes, Sealed Classes, and Interfaces in C# - ASP Alliance

  • 5 Traits of a good developer - The Bleeding Edge

  • The danger of surrogate metrics... - Eric Gunnerson's C# Compendium

  • StickOut: A Desktop Sticky Notes Application in the .NET Framework 2.0

  • The Poka-Yoke principle and how to write better software - Gojko Adzic

  • Can Software Be Like Building Lego? - Secretgeek

  • Software Estimation: Remember that Targets are not Estimates - Scott Hanselman

  • Code is read much more often than it is written, so plan accordingly - The Old New Thing

  • The golden rule of comments - Codeswitch Engage

  • Why iterators are better than collections - Mitsu's blog

  • The absolute bare minimum every programmer should know about regular expressions - I’m Mike

  • The Micro Business Experiment: 10 Ways To Procrastinate And Still Be Productive



  • Why IT people get angry with bad business decisions - Angry 365 Days a Year
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