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| | Guerrilla.NET (US) Training
Debugging : Come and learn to build robust.NET applications including tools and techniques for monitoring and debugging applications in a production environment. Debugging : Come and learn to build robust.NET applications including tools and techniques for monitoring and debugging applications in a production environment. This module also looks at this new set of tools in your synchronization toolbox. You'l learn how to build applications for Apple's iPhone/iPad platform using familiar tools and languages such as WCF, LINQ, and C#. dynamic typing from C# 4.0, and 5.0 DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
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This module looks at this new set of tools in your synchronization toolbox. In this talk we look at the tools PFx gives you to aid parallelizing algorithms but we also shows that without care PFx isn't necessarily the free lunch it appears. Power Debugging with WinDBG For many developers debugging tools start and end with Visual Studio. Leverage new features of C# 4.0, including named and optional parameters and dynamic typing. Understand the new features of the core.NET runtime services including the garbage collector. Workflow 4, ASP.NET MVC and Silverlight. couldn't? DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
This module looks at this new set of tools in your synchronization toolbox. Then imagine that tools could use this information to ensure that the code was correct *at compile time*. This is the purpose of code contracts - a mechanism for annotating your code and tooling to verify those annotations. Day 3 Debugging with Visual Studio - beyond the basics Visual Studio is the primary development tool for.NET developers. This module looks at some of the more advanced tools that are built into visual studio for debugging. How does the Garbage Collector really work? DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
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| | Allan Kelly: Software demand curve
'Returning to my series of posts applying the tools of economics to software development - Supply & Demand in software development , Software supply over time and Software supply & demand - this time its Agile - it is time to turn our attention to the demand curve. Users may need training, changes to processes may be needed, customer agreements may need to be changed and so on. First a reminder of how things start. It is important to remember in all this discussion that software is a derived demand. Nobody wants software for its own right, they want it to achieve some other aim. Allan Kelly's Blog - Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Allan Kelly: Software supply & demand - this time its Agile
'Carrying on from my previous posts applying the economists tools to thinking about software development ( Supply & Demand in software development and Software supply over time ). While Agile tools promise increased performance this is only in the long run. In the short run we can expect teams to slow down as they adopt these tools. Maybe they hire the likes of myself to supply training and consulting in adoption (yes! You can’t see it here but on my graphics tool I can see price is 10 high and quantity 7 wide, so 70 (whatever) units. Now there is a catch. Allan Kelly's Blog - Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Pessimistic about Agile in retail banks
Banks could have alleviated this problem by training replacements but they don’t generally do this. To make matters worse banks are where the money is so they have been preyed on by major systems companies and tool vendors. Put it this way: banks are major buyers of automated testing tools which aren’t used. 'Almost exactly two years ago I wrote a strident blog entitled “ Agile will never work in Investment banks ”. Most of these conversations have been with people who have more, and more recent, experience in banks than I do. This can work to some degree. Allan Kelly's Blog - Thursday, October 3, 2013
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- Announcing LearningLine: Instructor-led online training from DevelopMentor
At DevelopMentor we have been thinking deeply about online training. We wanted to create an environment that combines the best parts of online learning and classroom training, the best parts of self-directed exploration and expert-led mentoring. Online training today. Some developers choose instructor-led classroom training. DevelopMentor has long been known as an industry leader in classroom training. While we think classroom training is great for teams that have the time, schedule, and budget that is an increasingly less common situation for many developers.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Monday, February 18, 2013
- Software Facts - well, numbers at least
Some benefits also accrue from use of Team Software Process and Personal Software Process Claims by tool vendors of 10-to-1 or 20-to-1 displacement of human activity are generally not justified. It is counter productivity to invest in tools before resolving organisational and methodology issues. i.e. save the tools until you’ve improved things (John Seddon should be happy with this finding.) About a year ago I needed some numbers about software development - industry norms really: effectiveness, productivity, bug counts etc. All figures are for 2008 unless specified.
Allan Kelly's Blog - Friday, January 14, 2011
- Things to do to improve code quality
Most developers don’t know how to do it, they need training and help (coaching) to do it. Static analysis tools: in the past static analysis tools have gotten a bad name for themselves. In my experience too many teams waste to much time debating and arguing over coding standards and when they are put in place they can be used as a tool for some developers to bully others. Set your static analysis tools up to run your coding standards against code which is checked in. On the plus side it can be used on any type of project, Agile, Waterfall or other.
Allan Kelly's Blog - Thursday, June 3, 2010
- Allan Kelly: Software supply & demand - this time its Agile
'Carrying on from my previous posts applying the economists tools to thinking about software development ( Supply & Demand in software development and Software supply over time ). While Agile tools promise increased performance this is only in the long run. In the short run we can expect teams to slow down as they adopt these tools. Maybe they hire the likes of myself to supply training and consulting in adoption (yes! You can’t see it here but on my graphics tool I can see price is 10 high and quantity 7 wide, so 70 (whatever) units. Now there is a catch.
Allan Kelly's Blog - Tuesday, November 19, 2013
- How to improve a team's velocity?
Expect to take time, don’t expect it to happen over night, spend the time and money on training, coaching, setting up a continuous integration server and such. Some developers just don’t have the mastery of their tools required. So, invest in developer training, buy them books, send them on courses, bring in coaches, set up book study groups and other exchanges were developers can learn to do things better. Bad news first: there are no silver bullets, there are no easy answers, there is no quick way of doing this. Over time these add up to big improvements.
Allan Kelly's Blog - Thursday, July 1, 2010
- The Chip in Your Customer’s Pocket
The information I’ve seen states that the credit card companies will also hold merchants liable for fraud in cases where the chip + PIN was not used successfully in a transaction because of inadequate staff training. web-based tool for group / membership management. Chances are good that you already have a credit card with a microchip in it. Transactions using the chip require you to enter a PIN rather than signing a receipt. Credit card fraud in Canada is over half a billion dollars per year. My personal and business credit and debit cards all have chips in them.
Derek Hatchard blogs on - Saturday, January 9, 2010
- The Dirty Secret of Computer Science
Software artisans use the tools and techniques of modern software development to create the wide variety of software that entertains us and runs our businesses. The dirty secret of comp sci is that most us who trained as "computer scientists" do precious little that could ever be considered true computer science and certainly not science at all by many definitions of science. The term "computer science" is a laughable misnomer. There’s some, of course, but not enough that I would call myself a computer scientist. Not by a long shot. Kate Gregory. —-.
Ardent Dev - Wednesday, March 10, 2010