Monthly Archives: February 2015

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There are two main reasons why I created this blog. I wanted to pass on my experience, and also engage in conversation with other developers about: Software Architecture Software Design What is Software Architecture? By software architecture, I mean the format and layout of physical systems, e.g. Visual Studio Solutions consisting of individual projects, classes, […]

In time one of the main themes of this blog will be about software architecture and design. There are many different terms used to describe this important subject and sometimes they are used interchangeably. In this blog, “Software Design” will mean the internal design of programs, “Software Architecture” will mean the organisation of, and relationship […]

Microsoft tend to enable new features by default; this is something I personally do not like. With Word 2010 and the new Navigation bar, they have gone one further; not only does it popup when you start Word using up screen space, its very difficult to disable this. I don’t want it to come up […]

I am coaching a young guy at present who wants to be a developer and is just a first year in college (age 16/17). We meet up once a month or so. A few of the things we talk about might find its way into this blog. The main thing I have said so far […]

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The iterative and incremental nature of agile makes an agile approach seemingly less compatible with [...]

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Velocity can be great for predicting how much a team can deliver in a given period. But it needs to [...]

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Succeeding with agile isn’t just about knowing where to start, it’s about knowing where to go next—w [...]

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Here’s what to do when facing a complex user story that cannot be split but is too large for one spr [...]

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A lot of organizations claim to be agile. Here’s a quick way to see if they really are. [...]

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ASP.NET Core 2.2 is out and released and upgrading my podcast site was very easy. Once I had it upda [...]

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Well crap. I was typing really fast and got a squiggly, so I right-clicked on it and rather than sel [...]

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Buckle up friends! Microsoft is open sourcing WPF, Windows Forms (winforms), and WinUI, so the three [...]

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Naming things is hard. I've talked before about the term "evangelism" and my dislike [...]

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