Monthly Archives: January 2006
I wouldn’t normally post Dilbert cartoons, but I reckon after a few years of fairly samey cartoons in the last while he’s drawn some real gems. I read the unauthorized dilbert feed at http://www.tapestrycomics.com/. Thanks guys.
I’m definitely going. Agile is so 2005. There’s some gems: FIT Testing In When You Can; Otherwise Skip It by Ward Cunningham User Stories and Other Lies Users Tell Us by Mike Cohn hee hee.
I was perusing the source generated from a psuedo-’MDA’ tool that is in heavy use at my new workplace. For every domain class the tool generates a dumb structure class or ‘bean’ with setters and getters, plus numerous translators to/from … Continue reading
So I’ve finally jumped on the del.icio.us bandwagon along with all the other idiot boys. I’m tagging mainly software tools and articles at the moment. Tools and open source projects I’m being quite careful to tag accurately, I’m interested in … Continue reading
Extreme Programming – Uncyclopedia Extreme Programming emphasises the importance of moving people around, often at speeds exceeding 200 miles per hour. This speed is known as the “Project Velocity”. Brilliant.
Now this is a great blonde joke.Â I better not tell my blonde wife :-S
3M sortable post-its “They stick to vertical surfaces, not each other, so theyâ€™re just as easy to organize in your hand as they are to display.” Cool.
Okay I’m convinced. I still find our current Powerbook G4 a bit painful. But my next notebook will be one of these. Wipes chin.
One thing I’ve inherited in my new work place is a coding standard that requires the “Impl” suffix for every interface implementation. I feel very dirty and ashamed. I’ve long held a very strong point of view here – that … Continue reading