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JetBrains Developer Tools

Posted by Michael Hunger on  Nov 25, 2010

JetBrains is one of the few companies that thrives selling developer tools. In this interview you get some insight in their strategies, current and new products and future plans. 5

Technical Debt a Perspective for Managers

Posted by Mark Levison on  Sep 27, 2010

Developers often talk about Technical Debt saying its slowing your projects down. What are they really saying? What measures can you take to reduce it before it cripples your projects? 3

Skills for Scrum Agile Teams

Posted by Prasad Prabhakaran on  Jul 26, 2010

The skills needed to be hyper-productive in an agile project differ from those required by a traditional one. This article identifies behavioral and technical skills required to give a team that edge. 16

Debunking Common Refactoring Misconceptions

Posted by Danijel Arsenovski on  Jul 16, 2008

Danijel Arsenovski attempts to dispel some of the myths around refactoring and how it applies to .NET developers. 10

Talking .NET Code Analysis with Patrick Smacchia

Posted by Robert Bazinet on  Jan 07, 2008

Patrick Smacchia is a Visual C# MVP with over 15 years of software development experience. He is the lead developer of NDepend.

Agile, Architecture and the 5am Production Problem

Posted by Michael Nygard on  Jun 25, 2007

Can refactoring and TDD create “working software” that survives real life? Michael Nygard suggests that "leaky abstractions" ambush us at 5AM when we've paid too little attention to architecture. 25

Case Study: Targeted Practice Adoption using Patterns

Posted by Amr Elssamadisy & John Mufarrige on  Jan 29, 2007

Teams new to Agile wonder which practices to start with, and which will most benefit their own context. This article proposes a customized adoption approach to help teams decide where to focus first.

.Net Exceptions - Tracking Down Where In The Code The Exceptions Occurred

Posted by Tess Ferrnandez on  May 10, 2006

Tess Ferrnandez, an escalation engineer in PSS (product support services) at Microsoft, outlines the procedure for tracking down where in your code an exception occurred by using a stack dump.

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