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Mark Pearl August 2012 Entries
Minimum team development sizes
Disclaimer - these are observations that I have had, I am not sure if this follows the philosophy of scrum, agile or whatever, but most of these insights were gained while implementing a scrum scenario. Two is a partnership, three starts a team For a while I thought that a team was anything more than one and that scrum could be effective methodology with even two people. I have recently adjusted my thinking to a scrum team being a minimum of three, so what happened to two and what do you call it? ......

Posted On Wednesday, August 29, 2012 3:25 PM

Legacy Code Retreat Questions
I recently heard of the concept of a Legacy Code Retreat. Since I have attended and helped facilitate some normal Code Retreats I thought it might be interesting in trying a Legacy Code Retreat, but I have a few questions on how a legacy CR differs from a normal one. If anyone has attended a Legacy CR and has some suggestions on how best to host these event’s please leave a comment on what has worked for you in the past or if you have any answers to my questions below… Should you restrict the languages ......

Posted On Monday, August 27, 2012 12:02 PM

Cool site for learning editor shortcuts

 

This gets my vote for cool site of the month

https://www.shortcutfoo.com/

Posted On Thursday, August 23, 2012 6:30 AM

VSNomad – Interesting Cross Mobile Platform Development from Visual Studio
I have recently been looking at VSNomad - a Visual Studio extension RedGate is working on to target IOS and Android development using Visual Studio as your IDE. Fellow GeeksWithBlogs blogger Kyle Burns puts together a really nice article motivating the “Why” behind VSNomad – if you are interested I would suggest giving it a read. For those that don’t have time to read Kyle’s post… from what I can tell VSNomad main purpose seems to be to allow you to use Visual Studio as your integrated development ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 7, 2012 9:56 AM

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