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Monthly Archives: February 2009
Soon after an organization adopts agile software development methods, it seems that mangers inevitably talk about the need to “mature” and “standardize” their process. Here are a few reasons standardizing your agile process is a terrible idea. Continue reading
I advocate unit testing, and particularly test driven development, for several reasons. The most obvious is that unit testing helps prevent bugs. Good unit tests also help you design better – if it’s hard to test your class, you’ll refactor … Continue reading
There are lots of bug/issue tracking systems in existence. For example, Wikipedia’s comparison of bug and issue tracking software scrolls to 15 full screens on my computer. If you look at that list, in addition to licensing, system requirements, etc., … Continue reading
Software development seems to be an odd thing to be passionate about. We developers don’t exactly have a reputation for being passionate sorts of people – we’re in sort of the same category as accountants. Yes, it’s a good job, and sometimes interesting, but something to be passionate about? Continue reading
I started this blog because I’m truly passionate about developing software, and I want to spread that passion. You’ll find a blend of information and personal opinion about general productivity, Java, OO, and agile methodologies.