There is nothing in the manifesto that says we can’t write documentation
if we think it’s a valuable contribution the the product. That line in
1 replies - 1493 views - 01/11/11 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
Happy new year!
Your belated Christmas gift is a new release of XFD, our build radiator, with support for CruiseControl, and Team City:
0 replies - 1964 views - 01/07/11 by Julian Simpson in News
Tonight I moved the http://rainbowcinemas.ca sources from phpeclipse and CVS to PDT and Git.
Below are some gotchas and tips for initial repo creation,...
1 replies - 6714 views - 01/04/11 by Nick Boldt in News
In 2007 I read 31 novels.
In 2008 I read 19 novels.
In 2009 I read 12 novels.
In 2010 I read 8 novels.
Do you know how I know? It’s...
1 replies - 1578 views - 01/03/11 by Jurgen Appelo in News
As the nightly builds for Emacs 24 start to churn out, developers can expect some cool new features. These features include UI changes, custom themes,...
0 replies - 28881 views - 01/03/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose
According to an unnamed source, Apple could be planning to release three different versions of the iPad 2 next year: Wi-Fi only, UMTS + Wi-Fi, and CDMA. The...
0 replies - 27822 views - 12/30/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose
So after my last post, I decided I would try to just setup commit
emails on our git repository. I found a project called
git-commit-notifier. It‘s a Ruby...
2 replies - 4063 views - 12/28/10 by Rob Williams in News
MonoDevelop has recently added support for the recently open sourced F# .NET programming language. Mono is the likely steward of the language, as they are...
2 replies - 28149 views - 12/28/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose
So I am really happy to have changed to Git, I already blogged about
that. One of my main motivations was so I could use *Gerrit*, a code
review tool that...
4 replies - 9382 views - 12/27/10 by Rob Williams in News
A lot of interest is moving towards Git and leaving Subversion for big names in Java like JBoss and SpringSource. Spring recently wrote two articles covering...
0 replies - 26306 views - 12/27/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose
Early on there was some confusion about what Weld Extensions is and how it differs from Weld, and how it fits into Seam. Well JBoss is clearing up some...
0 replies - 25562 views - 12/21/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose
I was looking for a simple freeware for generating UMLs and class diagrams spesifclly.
Here is some of the better ones I have found:
19 replies - 16018 views - 12/17/10 by Avi Yehuda in News
PushToTest™, the Open Source Testing (OST) company, and Jaspersoft™, the leading provider of open source Business Intelligence
(BI) solutions, announced...
0 replies - 5349 views - 12/16/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Announcements
Yes, let's kill productivity! Okay, not productivity but all attempts
to measure the productivity of software engineers. It is a flawed,
2 replies - 4269 views - 12/14/10 by Dan Pritchett in News
A breakthrough in the issue and bug-tracking area recently came from JetBrains, a company known for making intelligent productivity tools for developers and...
0 replies - 5579 views - 12/10/10 by Alexander Morozov in Articles
One of the things I first noticed about Team City is how thoughtful
the features were: you can see that a build had failed, and stop it so
as to not waste...
0 replies - 4964 views - 12/09/10 by Julian Simpson in News
Pierluigi Pugliese and Yves Hanoulle
gave a great session on Soft Skills Essentials for anyone working in a
team (hint: everyone). The session covered...
0 replies - 1333 views - 12/07/10 by Michael Sahota in News
Even if developers are working in the same room together, certain communications can fall through the cracks. Requirements and other events in the software...
0 replies - 9279 views - 12/07/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
At the end of the 1990's I made a personal push-back against
using slides in presentations, as I was tired by poorly designed
0 replies - 6121 views - 12/06/10 by Martin Fowler in News
Establishing Code Quality Standards
Mandate via Manual
A client of LeanDog
was looking for a way to introduce code quality standards to their
6 replies - 11253 views - 12/03/10 by Michael Norton in News