LINKBLOG for December 6, 2007
- Certification? Certification? I don't need no stinkin' Certification...Uh, do I? - Robert Shelton
also contains handy overview of all current Microsoft certifications, if you think you *do* need one
- Microsoft Takes C# to Second Life - Walter Stiers
Only if "+SecondLife +C#" appeals to you
- *** Do you really know where that code has been? - Jeremy D. Miller
This is just SO recognizable, wonder about the percentage of developers that don't know better than doing exactly this. If the quote seems strange to you, read this piece!!
' NEVER build and deploy from a developer environment '
- How many subscribers does a blog have? - Aaron Lerch
pfeww, turns out I'm not the onle one interested in these stats...
- Foundations of Programming - Part 3 Persistence - Karl Sequin
- I Can't, in Good Conscience, Ignore TDD for Much Longer - Matt Blodgett
- 4 Maddening Overloaded Technology Terms - David Starr
Even among collegues I find it hard *not* to misunderstand each other from time to time...
- A Day In The Life Of An ASP.NET Developer - Robert Robbins
- Type casting – the difference between as and () operators - Oleg Sych
' as operator has a special purpose and should not be used as a substitute for () '
both have their use as long as you know the difference
- SQL Server 2008 will have IntelliSense - Ciz
Me says it's at least 5 years late
- ASP.NET MVC Framework (Part 3): Passing ViewData from Controllers to Views - Scott Guthrie
- Is software about grades or ideas? - Reg Braithwaite
- Web Office: 2007 Year in Review - Richard MacManus
- Please Don't Steal My Focus - Jeff Atwood
- You Are Self-Employed - Steve Pavlina
eye-opening article by motivational guru Steve Pavlina ' Saying “I quit” to your boss is essentially the same as saying to a customer, “I’m sorry, but apparently our business is unable to serve you '
via Adel Khalil
- The waterfall trap for “agile” projects - Gojko Adzic
' (...) iterations were replaced by increments – making the project fall into the same trap as waterfall projects do '
- Internet Explorer 8 - IEBlog
Bill said it's gonna be just 8, and not 1000 in binary, as they also considered... which would have been a bit^H^H^Hlot to geeky I'd say
- Using Path.Combine instead of string concatenation - Tim Stall
Law No 1 of .NET development: though shalt always use the language/framework construct instead of building your own
- 2008 Will Be The Year of Business Networking - Bernard Lunn
Some reasons and predictions on when and how this market will change
- Durable and RESTful - Harry Pierson
- Where there's muck, there's brass - Joel Spolsky
Joel is on a spree this December! ' The trouble is, the market pays for solutions to gnarly problems, not solutions to easy problems '