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Agile: Spikes With TDD - My Conundrum
Leonardo da Vinci, when he painted Il Cenacolo, or as we call it here in the US, The Last Supper, produced studies for the work before he began to paint. Later, when the painting was restored in the 1970s, researchers used infrared reflectoscopy to look underneath the outer coats of paint to find that the original work of art was in fact very different from what tourists had seen for the past few generations - mostly because of the poor showing conditions for the painting, but partly because Leonardo ......

Posted On Monday, August 4, 2008 7:54 PM

Scrum / Agile Development and Team Consciousness
improve my => 'code' One of the interesting features of Agile development is the regular feedback created by the methodology. Continuous builds, especially when they show graphically when they are broken or have failing unit tests, give Agile teams a sort of self awareness about the health of their project. Many Agile projects even give visual cues regarding the health of the project for instance showing the health of the build through the use of traffic lights (green for good, red for broken). ......

Posted On Friday, August 1, 2008 10:53 PM

Code Redundancy Is NOT Necessarily Bad
improve my => 'code' I was just reading Jeff Atwood's recent blog article Department of Declaration Redundancy Department He makes the case that writing code without static typing is easier to read, and "Anything that removes redundancy from our code should be aggressively pursued -- up to and including switching languages." My take is "maybe". Say I have a class named Example that implements two interfaces, IFoo and IBar. When I instantiate I have several options when dong so statically. Example ......

Posted On Saturday, June 21, 2008 5:43 PM

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