LINKBLOG for October 27, 2007
- The ideal IDE - Ayende Rahien
Ayende is dreaming away
- "Big Balls of Mud" and Shanty Towns - Dean Wampler
- Migrating from SourceSafe to Subversion - David Vidmar
- Microsoft, SubSonic, and Me - Rob Conery
OKOK, I'm now officially the last developer *not* working at Microsoft. Feeling lonely
- The Long Wow - Brandon Schauer
- i like ellipses… » Always communicate status… just don’t lie about it
' when communicating status to the user, do it extensively, do it truthfully and do it appropriately '
- Test Bot Kicking Ass - Mark Miller
' We could build a bot to test our products '
Actually, the story really is about sliced heads floating through outer space, so it's not as dull as the quote suggests
- Ways to use .Net Reflector #3: Wrap it - Jason Haley
- Evidence Based Scheduling - Joel Spolsky
Joel mentioned this once or twice the last week in his spree of short entries concerning his world tour. Now he has a full explanation what he means with EBS.
B.t.w.: some googling tells me that this term is really a new one, made up by the guy himself
- Software Teams vs. Superheroes: Why the Solo Developer is Dead
' (...) it takes a well-coordinated team of highly skilled, highly specialized engineers, designers, architects, database administrators, build managers, and Web professionals to create the next cool thing '
- Release IS NOT Debug: 64bit Optimizations and C# Method Inlining in Release Build Call Stacks - Scott Hanselman
- Did it with .NET - I'm Really Digging F#
Hmm, me not doesn't come any further that reading *about* F#. Microsoft's functional programming language that to me doesn't really seem to have come off. Can't find a way to put it into real use at the moment. Please leave a comment if you have tips...
- Web Browser History - Simone Chiaretta
- Time Is Money – Budget It Carefully - Cultivate Greatness - Leadership Blog
' (...) eight hours more of free time that can be used for whatever purpose we desire.
This is the period you can use to achieve success '
- C# Team and Habitat for Humanity - Charlie Calvert