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  • Product Management an open secret, a differenciator
    At the Skills Matter Agile Lean Kanban exchange the other week someone - sorry I missed you name - told me about a report from the BBC on Product Management. It turns out the report is from a branch of the BBC I didn’t know about, “BBC Academy” and it entitled “The State of Product Management 2010.” Its well worth reading if you have an interest in Product Management or the UK software development scene. Although I’ve not blogged about it for a while Product Management is one of my passions. In Silicon Valley there is a well developed role called the Product Manager.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Tuesday, December 14, 2010
  • Minimal Viable Team to create a Minimally Viable Product
    Despite being a bit of a mouthful to say “Minimal Viable Product” and the even more difficult to say “Minimally Marketable Feature” (also known as a “Quantum of Value” or “Business Value Increment”) are very useful concepts. What makes gives them killer power is that they speak to a secret belief held by many people (not just managers) that teams gold-plate development and create products with more than is needed. The same applies to product development: saying Yes to a feature is easy, saying No is hard, but unless you say No a lot more than Yes you won’t have a MVP.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Monday, October 8, 2012
  • Productivity Power Tools 2012 – February 2012
    A new update to Productivity Power Tools 2012! This update includes a couple of bug fixes including a crashing bug in the Custom Document Tab Well on debug. Download now! Link: [link]. Download: ProPowerTools.vsix. Visual Studio 2012
    DevelopMentor Courses - Monday, February 25, 2013
  • Using Reporters in Approval Tests
    1: using ApprovalTests.Reporters; 2: using NUnit.Framework; 3: 4: namespace ApprovalTests.Tests.Html 5: { 6: [TestFixture] 7: [UseReporter( typeof (DiffReporter), typeof (FileLauncherReporter))] 8: public class HtmlTest 9: { 10: [Test] 11: public static void TestHtml() 12: { 13: Approvals.ApproveHtml( " Web Page from ApprovalTests " ); 14: } 15: } 16: } I have found that using the right Reporter or Reporters at the right time in the testing cycle has made me more productive. Today I pushed new versions of ApprovalTests for both C# and Java to SourceForge. Why Use Reporters? png, *.html,
    DevelopMentor Courses - Saturday, December 31, 2011
  • Choosing the right abstractions
    5: IEnumerable products = GetProducts(); 6: PrintProducts(products); 7: }. 8: 9: private void PrintProducts(IEnumerable products). 11: foreach (var product in products). 15: 16: Console.WriteLine( "Total number of products {0}" , products.Count()); 17: }. This loads the products from a database using entity framework ensuring the data is loaded by calling ToArray() on the IQueryable collection and destroys the entity framework context to close the collection. 8: 9: private void PrintProducts(IReadOnlyCollection products). 10: {.
    The Problem Solver - Sunday, January 19, 2014
  • Building ASP.NET MVC Forms with Razor (ASP.NET MVC Foundations Series)
    We’ll start with a very basic store website (downloads here: and )which has a database and some basic products already listed: Notice that we have five products. There links to edit and create products. Use the Visual Studio tooling to create two empty views as follows: In the resulting dialog, choose strongly-typed with Product and an empty view without referencing the scripts (we do this globally already). Now our links to edit and create products work. This displays the form to begin creating a product.
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Friday, January 20, 2012
  • Updating data with the ASP.NET Web API
    In the previous blog post I demonstrated how to get started with the ASP.NET Web API and retrieve some products data from the Northwind database. Adding new products to the database. 12: public Product Get( int id). 18: public void Post(Product product). 20: _db.AddToProducts(product); 21: _db.SaveChanges(); 22: }. Using Fiddler we can POST a new product, in this case the ASP.NET Web API itself, to the server. The function parameter is of type Product and the ASP.NET Web API does the proper deserialization for us. 10: 11: // GET /api/ /5.
    The Problem Solver - Monday, March 12, 2012
  • Query composition with the ASP.NET Web API
    12: public Product Get( int id). Loading the products with the original URL returns exactly the same result as before. This request “ [link] ” returns only product 11 to 15 ordered by the product name. Having the ASP.NET Web API as a REST service returning data is kind of nice but to be efficient on the wire we don’t want to return more data that required only to discard it in the client. As we have seen in a previous post just returning a collection data was real easy. As it turns out changing the service so the client can filter data is almost just as easy. 13: {.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, March 21, 2012
  • Unit testing the AngularJS code in the RAW Stack
    Again there are many ways to do so but one way I really like is Karma , another product from the AngularJS team. really nice and productive workflow. 'In the previous post we refactored the JavaScript code for our AngularJS controller a bit to make it more testable. However we didn't actually start writing any tests yet so lets create a few tests. The AngularJS controller under test Just as a quick reminder the AngularJS controller in our previous code was as follows 1: ( function () {. 6: $http.get( "/api/movies" ).then( then( function (e) {. then( function () {.
    The Problem Solver - Saturday, February 22, 2014
  • Client side support with the ASP.NET Web API
    am using Entity Framework Code First here and the model and context look like this: 1: public class Product. 10: public DbSet Products { get; set; }. 12: public Product Get( int id). 3: var baseUrl = @"[link] ; 4: var xml = XElement.Load(baseUrl); 5: 6: foreach (var product in xml.Descendants( "Product" )). 8: Console.WriteLine( "Product '{0}' costs {1:C}" , ( string )product.Element( "ProductName" ), ( decimal )product.Element( "UnitPrice" )); 9: }. Loading a single product is just as easy. 11: }.
    The Problem Solver - Tuesday, March 13, 2012
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