Myth Busting

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Atheists.org are a fascinating bunch. For a start, an atheist is supposed to beleive that there is no God; have no theistic beliefs; disbelieve the existence of deities; the idea of god to them is senseless; yet is an as active religious system as most others? more definitions here So despite the fact they don’t… Read more »

Owning Your Continous Integration

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The ideas here is to “own” your continous integration process and make it work for you. Afterall, you spent some time setting up CruiseControl.Net and it’s ticking along nicely. At some stage, you need to make it “yours” and let it reflect your needs in terms of your process and record build data that you… Read more »

Doom?

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The List itself should probably be rated somewhere But certainly some valid reasons to point out the obvious: we cannot continue as we currently are [as a species] with our pervading [and degraded] morals and [de-]values and still expect to survive in some half-functional world. who be bluffing who? but that’s not to be a… Read more »

Obituary Of Common Sense

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circulated and received by email… author: unknown. Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Mr. Common Sense.Mr. Sense had been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape. He will be remembered as having… Read more »

Productivity Metrics

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There is one way to define output for a programming team that does work. And that’s to look at the impact of the team’s software on the business. Nothing like common sense to clear the air The fuzziness sets in however, when we try to gauge what that impact will look like before it is… Read more »

Multicast Delegate Gotcha

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There are enough multicast delegate samples in .Net available on coding websites including MSDN to get you started on how to make use of them. The ‘why’ is tackled on some of them but not many include a section on “things to look out for”. This post details one such gotcha: using it in the… Read more »