Category: Agile

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FITnesse and .NET

FIT is definitely something I have to dig into in the near future. I’m trying really hard to make the shift to, and understand Test-Driven Development. FIT is something that will definitely come in...

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MSDN Webcast: Agile and eXtreme Programming

The people behind Enterprise Library will be doing a webcast about Agile and eXtreme Programming. Join this patterns & practices webcast with the Enterprise Library development team to learn about their experiences doing agile development...

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Refrigerator Code

During MIND, a colleague asked the audience if they were developing sexy shit. Bob Koss says it more politically correct, and calls it refrigerator code. While doing a TDD class, he explains the rules...

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How much can unit testing suck?

I’m not sure how much, but Wil Shipley seems to think an awfull lot! And he seems to have some pretty good reasons as well! As Ben Reichelt says, you’d almost want to throw...

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Making the date

It was only recently that I blogged about the Five Pound Bag. Now Ron Jeffreys explains why making the date is not a development responsibility. And it’s just amazing how sometimes such logical things...

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VS 2005 Test-Driven Development?

Unfortunately Visual Studio 2005 RTM isn’t online, as Jeffrey Palermo ‘promised‘. Strange enough his post has been removed from his blog. In his last post, he talks about what MSDN says about Test-Driven Development....

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Five Pound Bag

Martin Fowler writes about project planning and why the Agile way is the better way. He compares bad planning with trying to put 10 pounds of shit into a 5 pound bag. No matter...

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Testing software

Before Test Driven Development (TDD) most developers just randomly clicked through a small part of the application they had just created, before turning it over to the tester. If there even was a tester....