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  • NetBeans: Ruby Developer's New Best Friend

    by Roman Strobl on  Oct 17, 2007 10

    Sun has put a large investment into Ruby in the last year with JRuby and the addition of Ruby language support to their Netbeans IDE. InfoQ will be featuring a series of articles by Netbeans Evangelist Roman Strobl exploring the new Ruby features of Netbeans. The first article takes a look at code completion, debugging, and refactoring support.

  • TDD with Selenium and Castle

    by Dan Bunea on  Feb 20, 2007 5

    Dan Bunea shows developers how TDD can be applied in .NET using Selenium RC and Castle. Test first principals provide architects a way to quickly jump into active development early in the application development lifecycle. The benefits of TDD are a drastic reduction in defects as well as increased flexibility in the code base since the application evolves quickly through an iterative process.

  • Spring.NET - QnA

    by Aleksandar Seovic and Mark Pollack on  Nov 07, 2006 13

    InfoQ had a chance to sit down with Aleksandar Seovic and Mark Pollack the co-creaters of Spring.NET. Spring.NET is an application framework that brings AOP, a Dependency Injection container and data access framework to .NET. It is not a complete port of Spring to .NET yet it preserves the tenets of Spring.

Agile Business Rules

Posted by James Taylor on  Sep 04, 2006

Sometimes, a new requirement is actually a changed business rule. James Taylor looks at how a business rules engine can help Agile teams work more effectively in certain situations.

Book Review: Collaboration Explained: Facilitation skills for software project leaders

Posted by David Spann on  Jul 10, 2006

David Spann introduces Jean Tabaka's book, in which she shares stories and facilitation techniques to make teams and entire organizations effective, and provides templates to get them started.

Dealing with Legacy Code

Posted by Jared Richardson on  Jun 12, 2006

Take a BAT to the legacy code you inherit: Build, Automate, Test. Jared Richardson shows how to create a safety net, to ensure that your code continues to work the way you want it to. 19

Agile Asset Management with Ruby DSLs

Posted by Jeremy Voorhis on  May 22, 2006

Ruby makes it easy to craft Domain-Specific- Languages with Ruby syntax. This article is a story about the benefits derived from implementing a Ruby DSL for a PLANET ARGON development project. 7

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