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  • Regionerate - blogged by Roy Osherove

    Roy's blog is a goldmine for great advide and tools ... this morning he posted Regionerate - Free Code Layout Addin for VS.NET - ISerializable - Roy Osherove's Blog Regionerate looks like quite a cool little tool, maintaining 'stuff' in the right place is always a fun task, and this has the makings of a good starting point. I'm not sure if it ...
    Posted to Insane World (Weblog) by Insane on June 24, 2007
  • Peanut, Peanuts, Get Yer Peanuts Here! This One Will Go On And On

    Nick's thoughtful reply to my post, yet again deserves it's own post. I have seen many magic quadrants, however they all tend to suffer the same limitation, they attempt to squeeze infinitely variable properties into a limited set of constraints or qualities. I do appreciate that many of your comments of explanation were an attempt to explain away ...
    Posted to Insane World (Weblog) by Insane on June 20, 2007
  • Mort Still Isn't Agile!

    The debate goes on ... but Mort still isn't Agile! I appreciate Nick's clarifications, they have helped clear a few misunderstandings, and I'm sure Sam appreciates the apology :) I think Nick's problem started with the boxes. Nick puts working software over comprehensive documentation. But how do you define working software? Nick seems to ...
    Posted to Insane World (Weblog) by Insane on June 19, 2007
  • When All You Have is a Hammer, Everything Looks Like a Nail!

    It started with a controversial post by Nick, my own blog on the subject seemed to awaken him. Nick kindly commented on my post, and as his comment deserved a longer reply ... here it is ... (the quotes are all from Nick)... I find that I'm being misunderstood a lot lately. Sorry :) Would you agree that Mashup developers are building systems ...
    Posted to Insane World (Weblog) by Insane on June 19, 2007
  • Morts = Cowboy Coders?

    Nick's definition of Mort's and their practices seems to me a lot like 'Cowboy Coders' or 'Hackers' Maybe I'm reading him wrongly, but he just seemed to claim that the drag and droppers are the future (in which he may well be right) but more oddly that they are AGILE !!!!!! Agile ??? Hacking ??? Drag and Dropping ??? Mashup artistes ...
    Posted to Insane World (Weblog) by Insane on June 19, 2007
  • Documentation Can Be Ambiguous in the Most Insidious Ways

    Ayende started with a bold statement ...  Frans has a long post about how important is documentation for the maintainability of a project. I disagree. You can read all of it at  Working software over comprehensive documentation, but for me the whole thing was summed up beautifully with a single sentence deep in Ayende's post: ...
    Posted to Insane World (Weblog) by Insane on June 19, 2007
  • In Response To Rob

    Now I rarely bite... but Rob deserves a reply (and plus, until my 9pm meeting I have little else to do! :) Rob said (in response to my comment on his blog): @Casey: Come on homey - gimme a little something here. Your comment is just ridiculous - unit test - well I'll give ya that but strong typing - what does that mean when talking about SPs? I ...
    Posted to Insane World (Weblog) by Insane on June 13, 2007
  • Should Ayende Rise To Rob's Challenge?

    Ayende asks how he should write the code to demonstrate the ORM solution to Rob's question ... Well - if he feels the need  - then I suggest Web Forms or Monorail ... But is there a need? Any example problem has multitudes of possible answers, and any given answer has multitudes of ways to critique it. I honestly don't think there ...
    Posted to Insane World (Weblog) by Insane on June 13, 2007
  • Hope to Desperation!

    The weekend started well, I have the authorisation I need to hire 4 top notch developers, I send out a short interview test to the agencies, and am told they have some good people. The test is simple ... to write a small application that can tell the difference in days between 2 dates. There are only 5 basic requirements: · It should ...
    Posted to Insane World (Weblog) by Insane on June 11, 2007
  • The Pragmatic Data Access Discussion

    SubSonic is a great product, and while reading up on it I came across a superb post on data access in general. I think Rob let the whole ASP.NET drag and drop data access get off lightly ... but oh well :)
    Posted to Insane World (Weblog) by Insane on June 4, 2007
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