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Lee Brandt's Blog You're only as smart as your last line of code July 2008 Entries
Lil’ NHibernate Tip
This may be in the documentation somewhere, but I certainly missed it and cannot find it. I thought I’d make a little post about it, so that I’d remember it, and maybe help someone else who missed it in the documentation too. Remember to set the Build Action property on all *.hbm.xml files to “Embedded Resource”. The NHibernate config file looks for these files as Embedded resources and will not pick it up if it is left at the default “Content” property. Hope this helps someone. ~Lee ......

Posted On Monday, July 28, 2008 1:16 PM

As the (Agile) World Turns
This will be the first in a series to document my organization's adoption of an agile development process (specifically Extreme Programming). I want to document this process for three main reasons: 1. Basic posterity. I may want to look back on this process and reflect on the mistakes we made. 2. So that others can learn from our mistakes. 3. So that others can possibly help keep me from making their mistakes. Seems like a lot of mistakes being made in agile development. That's actually kind of the ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 23, 2008 2:22 AM

What's Your Developer Soundtrack?
I find that most programmers have a music that they prefer listening to while coding. Just wondering what the gamut of developer soundtracks there are. While I LOVE listening to Sister Hazel, Foo Fighters, Cold Play, Ben Folds, and Bob Schneider for coding, I find myself drawn to the space station most of the time when coding. What's YOU'RE developer soundtrack ......

Posted On Friday, July 18, 2008 1:37 AM

Book Review: Code Leader (Wrox) by Patrick Cauldwell
I saw this book in Borders and, when I read the table of contents, I KNEW I wanted to read it. I had just returned from Headspring & Jeffrey Palermo's Agile .NET Boot Camp class in Austin, and this covered a lot of the same things (and a few others), so that made it very poignant. I am adding this book to my must read list. I got through it in about a week. It is VERY easy to read. For developers looking to take their development skills to the next level and are not able to go to Jeffrey's course, ......

Posted On Monday, July 14, 2008 1:21 AM

Another Great Day in KC
Just some photos I took the other day of Merriam City Park. Another thing to love about this city. Happy Independence Day! ~Lee ......

Posted On Friday, July 4, 2008 11:32 PM

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