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After much careful consideration, I have decided to host my primary blog with WordPress Software Development in a Dynamic Environment Working with the team at GeeksWithBlogs.net has been a wonderful experience, and I will periodically make posts here. Please stop by the new blog, and see what is happening ......

What happens when you need to develop a project for a deserving charity...and have less than 48 hours to go from concept to delivery....

For those not familiar with ALM, it can be simplified down to "A comprehensive view of all of the iteas, requirements, activities and artifacts that impact an application over the course of its lifecycle, from concept until decommissioning". Obviously, this encompases a large number of different areas even for relatively small and medium sized projects. In recent years, many teams have adapted methodoligies which address individual aspects of this; but the majority of this adoption has resulted

The first question, is “Why is architect being used as a verb?”. Mirriam-Webster dictionary does not contain a definition of architect as a verb, nor do many other recognized dictionaries. On the other hand, dictionary.com does add an entry for the use of the word as a verb: Architect 4. to plan, organize, or structure as an architect: The house is ......

Exposing exactly the functionally necessary establishes good boundaries and can reduce development and maintenance costs.

Do you know the impact of virtual calls? Should you Care?

The answer to the questions is "Well it Depends on how TDD is approached!".

What is "good code"? Why does so much code which originally looked "good" turn out to be so costly?

[Originally Published Apr 2004 - Updated October 2009] Everyone "understands" that Microsoft's .NET and the CLR is a "garbage collector" based environment; but is it really. First we must establish what is meant be "garbage" in this context. When an object is created there is (typically) one reference by which it can be accessed (the return value of ......

[Originally Written October 2004 - Updated September 2009] Many people state that Microsoft .Net technology provides a "Virtual Machine" environment via the CLR. However, an examination of various definitions of Virtual Machine shows that this is not the best analogy. For our first example definition, let us look no further than Microsoft's own site: ......

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