LINKBLOG for May 15, 2008
Once again problems with del.icio.us. Hope that I don't loose links, right now there's missing quite a bit... anyone else noticed problems?
- Interesting Map of Web 2.0 - Mike Walker
Web2.0 - London subway style
- Coding Koan: the power of one - Leon Bambrick
in here, there is truth
- The Narcissism of Small Code Differences - Reg Braithwaite
the Agnostic, the Ascetic, the Purist and the Librarian: all subtypes of the strange species of Developer, known for their weird opinions of 'good code'
- Did you know… You can mark methods and types as Hidden, so they don’t appear in Intellisense or in the Object Browser? - #216 -Sara Ford
Attributes to the rescue, you can do more with them than you might think (i.e. is I underestimate you)
- ASP.NET MVC custom ActionResult (ImageResult) - Maarten Balliauw
- Elegant Code Cast #8 is Online - David Starr
- ALT.NET Podcast - Management Crisis! - Andrew Tokeley
As a dev you get great benefits if you understand how managers work (yours for example). That's why you should read these manager's thoughts on.... well, you! Learn how to get the OK of the rest of your company on your world-changing and alt.* ideas
- Regex and WPF - Will
mainly about getting a slick styled WPF design, resulting in a small regex parser
- The Only Certainty is Change - Casey Charlton
Understanding change and the tradeoffs we as developers have to make
- Application Security Model - Michał Kosmala
- .NET Internals and Code Injection - Daniel Pistelli
Long article showing more C++ than is good for me...
- On a Quest to find a better ORM Framework - Mohammad Azam
- Workflow Services Limitations: Part 5 - A Couple of Updates - Sasha Goldshtein
- ASP.NET MVC Controller Action Precondition Filter - Troy DeMonbreun
Troy has automated his page input validation
- Play the News: Data Portability's Future - Josh Catone
Access to your "social data" is hot in the news these days. You can decide on the future by taking the role of one of the stakeholders in this game
- Beyond functionality for enterprise apps - Tim Stall
Thoughts on what exactly means "getting the job done"
- Successful Software - James Shore
' Stand-up meetings are a neat tool, but they're hardly the core of agile development. Beware Cargo Cult Agile '