“Unit tests tell you that you built your application right, acceptance testing tells you you built the right application”
- The 5 types of programmers
- Logging your application for fun and profit part 1.aspx- The DebugViewer tool I’ve never heard of before.
- You can't change the game if you don't understand the players – A recent post inspired some interesting responses regarding the dilemma of involving users in application design.
- It is deeply and importantly true that you should not build what your users ask for (or put another way, you should not ask your users what to build). At Cooper we call that “automating the misery.”
- If users could lead innovation, they wouldn't be users- Alan Cooper weighs in.
- 5 Ways That Postsharp Can SOLIDify Your Code: Caching – Interesting application of Aspect Oriented Programming to handle caching.
- Asynchronous Programming for C# and Visual Basic – A very, very cool library of language extensions that simplify writing asynchronous code. This is very promising.
- Look-up Tables in SQL – Does this sound like ListItems to anyone?
- Innovate Or Execute? – Questions whether companies really want their employees to innovate.
- The end of the IT department – Pack you bags, especially you systems guys.
- Check Out smtp4dev if You Build Mail-Enabled Software on Windows- Neat email tool.
“What do mean I can’t get to work on time, got nothing better to do”