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| | Screening C# Candidates: Let’s Play 20 Questions!
m of the persuasion that every.NET developer should understand basic concepts, such as C# language syntax, inheritance, generics, memory management, threading, etc. It should take no more than 15 minutes to conduct, and ideally it can be administered by a non-technical person, such as a project manager or technical recruiter. If a person has ever bothered to read a book or technical article or taken a training course, their answers will set them apart from the crowd of folks who don’t make time for ongoing professional development. What kind of type is a string? > no 5. DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, February 28, 2012
10 Things to make you Agile adoption successfull
What I find interesting about this quote is that it aligns with many other change management studies. Given that I had the Managing Director, the Director of Technology and most of the technology team in the room it was an excellent opportunity to set the change agenda. And I fluffed it, despite having written a book on the subject I didn’t have a quick answer to hand. But that only means that have been badly collected, managed and used, it doesn’t mean they aren’t useful. You can read the books, you can experiment, you can go on courses. Allan Kelly's Blog - Monday, May 14, 2012
10 pieces of advice for teams
First I’ve realised that I have an awful lot I would like to say about it, I’m terrified it will become another book. So without further ado here are 10 tips for teams and those who manage, administer or simply organise teams. Of course, if you are a self-managing team you should all read this list. I have started to write up a more useful description of Xanpan. In doing so two things have happened. Second, I’m becoming more and more aware of how Xanpan differs from Scrum, XP and Kanban. As a result I expect this blog will get a little quieter. Allan Kelly's Blog - Thursday, November 22, 2012
134 Articles match "Books","Management"
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| | Allan Kelly: Supply & Demand in software development
Most of the studies, books and papers about “software economics” would be better called “software accounting.” have long believed software engineers and their managers would benefit from a better understanding of economics. 'I’m proud to say I am, or at least was, a Software Engineer. m proud to say that I’m a third generation Engineer. My farther and grandfather got their hands dirty with the oily sort of engineering. But I’m also a frustrated Economist. Economics forms part of both of my degrees and on a couple of occasions I’ve been temped to become a real Economist. Allan Kelly's Blog - Sunday, November 10, 2013
3 Styles of agile (part 2)
This extends to much of the writing in books, blogs and elsewhere about agile. For example, for an organization which follows a strict budgeting process, operates in a slow paced market and has no intention of changing its management approach (e.g. As a result when they encounter engineers, consultants and books which assume a different style they a) ignore them, b) get confused or c) dismiss them as “idealistic” or “not in the real world.” 'In my last entry I set out what I call “3 Styles of Agile - Iterative, Incremental and Evolutionary.” So how should one use the model? Allan Kelly's Blog - Sunday, September 22, 2013
Events! - Speaking and training
ve got a busy few months coming up and I thought I’d post a list of the events and public training courses I’m giving… Skills Matter In the Brain, “Xanpan - not a methodology, a personal take on Agile” , London, 16 September 2013, this is a free evening (6.30pm event) - registration required at Skills Matter site - THATS THIS MONDAY Skills Matter, Essential Agile for Business Analysts , this is a 3-day course at Skills Matter in London, 16-18 September (booking essential - with Skills Matter). 'With the impromptu Quality mini-series out of the way normal blog-service will now be resumed! Allan Kelly's Blog - Wednesday, September 11, 2013
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- Manage Your Christmas Card List
In my household, my wife manages the Christmas card mailing list. Our Christmas card mailing list is kept in a little address book that is full of entries that have been crossed out as addresses, marital status, and family members have all changed. was thinking today it would be handy to use an online tool to replace that little tattered address book when it struck me: CROWD SPACE WOULD BE PERFECT FOR THAT! It’s perhaps a tad embarrassing that it never occurred to me before that Crowd Space would be ideal for Christmas mailing list management.
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- Getting started with RavenDB in an ASP.NET MVC application
In order to get the RavenDB client and server packages I use NuGet to install them using the following two commands in the NuGet Package Manager Console: 1: Install-Package RavenDB.Client. In this demo I am going to use a simple book application to show how simple it is to get started with RavenDB. The book class is pretty basic and looks like this; 1: namespace RavenMvc.Models. 3: public class Book. list of books application. Showing a lost of books is real simple. 4: // GET: /Books/. 9: var books = session.Query ().ToList(); 3: //.
The Problem Solver - Sunday, November 25, 2012
- Screening C# Candidates: Let’s Play 20 Questions!
m of the persuasion that every.NET developer should understand basic concepts, such as C# language syntax, inheritance, generics, memory management, threading, etc. It should take no more than 15 minutes to conduct, and ideally it can be administered by a non-technical person, such as a project manager or technical recruiter. If a person has ever bothered to read a book or technical article or taken a training course, their answers will set them apart from the crowd of folks who don’t make time for ongoing professional development. What kind of type is a string? > no 5.
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- RavenDB and multiple databases
In my previous two posts about RavenDB I used a Book class as the example. The first example was an ASP.NET MVC 3 application and the second was an ASP.NET MVC 4 application and I just copies the Books class from the first to the second example. The extra information is stored as metadata along with the book data but only the actual class name, Book in this case, is used as the type discriminator. The screenshot below shows the metadata of one of the books I created using the original MVC3 application. And I could edit and save them without any problems.
The Problem Solver - Tuesday, November 27, 2012
- DotNed podcast: Neno Loje on Visual Studio ALM and Team Foundation Service 2012 new features
Of course, Neno also talks about some of the success stories and other areas that might be interesting to anyone who has a passion for application life cycle management. 'In this podcast Hassan Fadili speaks with Neno Loje (VS ALM MVP) about some of the new features in Visual Studio ALM & Visual Studio Team Foundation Service 2012. Podcast DotNed
The Problem Solver - Thursday, April 4, 2013
- The NoSQL Movement, LINQ, and MongoDB - Oh My!
Michael Dirolf also has a great book in the works. You can catch a preview of it on Safari Books Online. There’s also a management console (and I mean "console"): It’s a little different. For a project I’m working on I’ve built a Windows Forms UI that lets me manage the database easily by just adding an object data source and doing some drag-drop magic in Visual Studio. Maybe you’ve heard people talking about ditching their SQL Servers and other RDBMS entirely. Insanity!” you may cry, “for where will people put their data if not in a database? Flat files? Ok, ok.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Thursday, April 22, 2010
- Building Windows Machines in Amazon EC2
Now I must admit I'd rather have found a good tutorial on The Internets or even in a book. Use the AWS Management Console to launch and manage your virtual images: [link]. Back to the Management Console. But if you are just using this for your own purposes and don't need it when you're not logged in to the machine, be sure to return to the Management Console and stop the instance. In this article I'm going to give you a simple, step-by-step overview of how to create a Windows 2008 server image in Amazon's Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) infrastructure. Here we go.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Saturday, January 30, 2010