LINKBLOG for March 26, 2008
- Wrapping up nHibernate - Peter van Ooijen
' (...) my helper gives me the feeling I'm still in control without sacrificing performance or functionality '
- Moq's MockBehavior - Aaron Jensen
- Convert PBS Legacy Files to XML - Henrik Thomsen
Legacy stuff, stuff we'd rather live without but have to cope somehow
- WPF Diagram Designer - Part 4 - Sukram
- Green tests != proven code - Derik Whittaker
' (...) if you test is bad, or has logic issues you are not proving your code '
- Stop creating custom delegate types - Jimmy Bogard
' Use the Action and Func delegates instead '
- Craigslist Scam - Bruce Schneier
Really scary thought: dozens of people sincerely believing that as it's written on the internets, it must be true
- Project Management Doesn't Have To Be Hard - Drew McLellan
For when the PM is *you*
- Do You Know How Spaghetti Code Looks Like? Horror! - Sean Feldman
Brrrrr, good luck Sean!
- The Four Stages of Learning - Kevin Seal
Let's say: from ignorance to excellence
- User Stories Should Be *Valuable* - Kelly Waters
' User Stories should be focused on features - not tasks. And written in business language '
- Integrate XML code comments into Visual Studio 2005/2008 using Sandcastle and HTML Help 2.0 - Alexander Brütt
Once again showing the complexity of getting Sandcastle up and running (but you get yummy results for your efforts - at least, if you find nicely formatted help file yummy)
- 10 things I didn't know about WPF data binding - Rudi Grobler
- The Problem with Process - Nick Malik
' I love business process (...) What I hate is the term "Business Process '
- A Caffeine Inspired Interview with Jeff Atwood from CodingHorror.com - Russell Ball
Just like Scott( below), Jeff also thinks that you should be blogging with yourself in mind, not your dear reader; something to ponder... ' You should have one goal: write to satisfy yourself first and foremost, otherwise you’ll quickly burn out '
- Microsoft releases more XAML details - Martin LaMonica
- 7 Blogging Statistics Rules - There is Life After Page Views - Scott Hanselman
Scott is not one to keep his blog stats to himself, so read the post, join in the conversation, and blog your own stats in return (for what they're worth)!
- Revisiting The Facts and Fallacies of Software Engineering - Jeff Atwood
On the classis book 'Facts and Fallacies of Software Engineering':
' (...) it's therapeutic to ponder the brief one sentence summaries presented in the table of contents '