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| | Heresy: My warped, crazy, wrong version of Agile
I increasingly feel that the way I interpret Agile, the practices and the processes, if different to the rest of the world. Perhaps this is just self doubt, perhaps because I started doing Agile-like-things before reading about XP or Scrum, perhaps this is because my version has always been more informed by Lean, perhaps this is because I have never achieved Certified Scrum anything status, perhaps because I’ve never worked for ThoughtWorks, perhaps because I hold and MBA (and thus have an over inflated opinion of myself) or perhaps I’m just wrong. And I believe it is wrong to pretend you can. Allan Kelly's Blog - Thursday, February 9, 2012
You are not Steve Jobs (and don't try to be him)
My concern is simply that Jobs was not a good role model. Jobs was a perfectionist: products didn’t get launched unless he approved of them. Jobs would spurn products/employees who he didn’t think were up to scratch: if employees are loyal to the company and to you, and if you have a deep talent pool, and (perhaps) the stock-options are worth a lot you might get away with this. Apple products are simple because they lack so much, once launched they are refined and elaborated in the market. Thus we have the discipline of Product Management to help us. Allan Kelly's Blog - Friday, November 18, 2011
Use Common Instance Factory to Abstract Away the Dependency Injection Container
You have to select a DI container from one of numerous proprietary and open-source products on the market and then marry yourself to it. First, and most egregious, is that it is modeled as a service locator, rather than an abstract factory. Download the Common Instance Factory with WCF Extensions here and is also available on NuGet. while back I wrote a blog post on the Onion Architecture , an approach to building loosely-coupled applications where you can swap out particular components without affecting the rest of the application. Ah, but there’s a problem. Stay tuned for more!) DevelopMentor Courses - Wednesday, May 23, 2012
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| | Create new ASP.NET MVC views the easy way
So here is an article to help the new comers make it across step 2 more easily as well as help the advanced MVC developers be more productive. Choosing the same Resharper option, gives you a partial view populated perfectly (make sure you pass the model). As an instructor at DevelopMentor , I have the unique opportunity to watch many developers experience ASP.NET MVC for the first time. This can typically goes through several stages: Extreme Interest (the web is exciting again!). Confusion (where does the view go again? wait, what’s routing?). It is not initialized for you. Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Saturday, December 1, 2012
Why try Kanbnan?
The easy way to spot this is the absence of someone with a title like: Product Owner, Business Analyst, Product Manager or similar. Nor is there a lot of point to running a product backlog if items are being delivered rapidly or not done. Use Kanban when the system is too complex to model with Scrum(XP): the plan-it, do-it, deliver-it model which underpins Scrum isn’t too helpful when a process has a lot of wait states or dependencies. In my last post “ Scrum doesn’t work for us; should we try Kanban? Here goes…. you can’t force a customer to respond). Allan Kelly's Blog - Sunday, October 21, 2012
Does anyone actually use Quick Test Pro etc.?
Those who talk about automated testing buy tools like Quick Test Pro, WinRunner and Quality Centre and Rational Test Workbench, Rational Quality Manager, i.e. expensive products from the likes of HP and IBM. The IBM and HP products are expensive, so expensive you have to ask the price (actually IBM does give the price of Test Workbench at $5,500 for a single user license). The people who are sold these products are very disconnected from the day-to-day work of developers and testers. QTP and similar products are often linked to the OS or browser. Gerkin, RSpec, etc.) Allan Kelly's Blog - Wednesday, September 19, 2012
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- EF4 compared to NHibernate
EF is more than an ORM and supports a streaming model with data readers against the entity model without materializing entities. On the other side, NH is a much a more mature ORM product than EF and has better batching capabilities. It is also more extensible, especially as an open-source product. EF also allows you to define functions with Entity SQL that are embedded in the entity model, and you can execute queries and commands directly against the database, effectively doing an end-run around EF while mapping the results to entities.
Tony and Zuzana's World - Wednesday, January 13, 2010
- Tackling the Problem of Modal Dialogs in MVVM
One of the first issues you’ll run into when wading into the waters of MVVM is how to display model dialogs to the user while executing code in the view-model. Popping up a dialog, such as a MessageBox or a ChildWindow, from the view-model is an anti-pattern that violates the separation of concerns that exists between the view and the view-model. If you separate concerns of presentation (the view) from business logic (the view-model) and data (the model), making a change in one area is less likely to impact other areas. Another benefit is testability.
Tony and Zuzana's World - Friday, January 28, 2011
- Peeling Back the Onion Architecture
MVC (which stands for Model-View-Controller) lends itself to an Agile development methodology where TDD and BDD (Test-Driven and Behavior-Driven Development) are important components. It is intended to provide some insurance against the evolution of technology that can make products obsolete not long after they are developed (the technical term is “deprecated”). In this depiction, the “core” of the onion is the object model, which represents your domain. Download the code for this article. This is where the “Onion Architecture” comes in. The Web.Ui Enjoy.
Tony and Zuzana's World - Saturday, October 8, 2011
- MongoDB vs. SQL Server 2008 Performance Showdown
If you were to attempt to plan out your operating costs per user to help guide the pricing of your product then the cost of storing, querying, and managing your data will likely be a significant part of that calculation. The scenario: Model a data intensive web application aiming to support as many concurrent users as possible. The scenario above is what I’m trying to model. Here are the data models: MongoDB basic class. Below is the complex data model. This article is a follow up one I wrote last week entitled “The NoSQL Movement, LINQ, and MongoDB - Oh My!”.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Thursday, April 29, 2010
- Building ASP.NET MVC Forms with Razor (ASP.NET MVC Foundations Series)
We’ll cover just the basics of using HTML helpers to map model properties to our HTML form and Model Binding to convert our HTML form back into our rich domain object. We’ll start with a very basic store website (downloads here: BasicMvcForms_starter.zip and BasicMvcForms_final.zip)which has a database and some basic products already listed. In this ASP.NET MVC Foundations article, we’re going to look at building an ASP.NET MVC page which allows users to create and edit objects in our domain. Continue reading →
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Friday, January 20, 2012
- Simple MVVM Toolkit versus MVVM Light Toolkit
MVVM, which stands for Model-View-ViewModel , is a UI design pattern that provides better maintainability, testability and designability.) Simple MVVM Toolkit also has ViewModelLocator, ViewModel and View classes, but the locator supplies a service agent (represented by an interface), which the ViewModel uses to create a new Model. Simple MVVM has two kinds of ViewModels: a general-purpose VM, good for showing summary lists and such, and a “detail’ VM, useful for binding a VM to a single model entity. Simple MVVM Toolkit would fall into the latter category. Platforms.
Tony and Zuzana's World - Saturday, April 23, 2011
- You are not Steve Jobs (and don't try to be him)
My concern is simply that Jobs was not a good role model. Jobs was a perfectionist: products didn’t get launched unless he approved of them. Jobs would spurn products/employees who he didn’t think were up to scratch: if employees are loyal to the company and to you, and if you have a deep talent pool, and (perhaps) the stock-options are worth a lot you might get away with this. Apple products are simple because they lack so much, once launched they are refined and elaborated in the market. Thus we have the discipline of Product Management to help us.
Allan Kelly's Blog - Friday, November 18, 2011