Showing posts from May, 2011

RIF Notes #5

“Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius—and a lot of courage—to move in the opposite direction” - Einstein Knockout.js 1.2.0 released Wanted: Painter Managers – Yet another post that compares development to craftsmanship and helps me justify my lack of aspirations to become a manager. CSS Zen Garden - A demonstration of what can be accomplished visually through CSS -based design. Select any style sheet from the list to load it into this page. The Ultimate List of Freely Available .NET Libraries Working with the Chaos Monkey – This is a great coding horror post about how Netflix has built a fault tolerate architecture by using a Chaos monkey to constantly randomly kill processes.  Real time vs. slow time – and a defense of sane work hours – More about meetings, interruption and working efficiently rather than excessively. Lunch – Joel comes out of retirement to talk about the value of team lunches.  And I cou

NuGet what NuGet and Nu don’t get upset.

I followed the steps from this post: Baby steps to create a NuGet package and created a NuGet package for EasyCache .NET .  I just wanted to see what was involved, and it turned out to be fairly simple.  So now anyone not interested in the project on codeplex can be equally uninterested in the package .