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Kanban Features in VersionOne

We added basic Kanban features (board, cycle time, cummulative flow diagrams) into our product VersionOne. These goodies are in the latest release which is available today. Steve Harman and I cut a video demonstrating the functionality on a 47″ multi-touch … Continue reading 

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Ayende on Advanced NHibernate

There’s this cat called Ayende that’s been around the NHibernate block (20 or 30 times). In Austin, he did a 3-hour workshop detailing the advanced features of the tool. If you weren’t there, sorry you missed it. Oh wait! You’re … Continue reading 

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Rik on Design Patterns

Rik Bardrof, one of the senior developers at Xclaim, recently gave a presentation to the Syracuse .NET Developer’s Group. I was in town, so I captured the talk. In it, he covers a few patterns/principles we use extensively in our … Continue reading 

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Dynamic Languages vs Static Verification

At Seattle as some may remember I was doing a bunch of interviews for On of those quick videos was a talk with Rustan Leino, Mike Barnett, John Lam, and Matt Podwysocki about dynamic languages and static verification. … Continue reading 

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devTeach: Strategic Domain Driven Design

Here is Dave Laribee‘s session on Strategic Domain Driven Design from devTeach.       I have always admired the simplicity and art of Dave’s slides, this time I particularly enjoyed the Mr. Roger’s slide!   Of course Dave provides … Continue reading 

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Altdotnet Spec# Session

Here is another video in the videos from altdotnet. We had Rustan and Mike of the spec# come out from their cave (j/k) at MSR to talk about spec#, boogie, and the future of compile time proving!     Enjoy … Continue reading 

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Hallway Conversations

One of the cool things about ALT.NET events and Open Spaces in general is that you encounter interesting hallway conversations at every turn. Take this video as a good example. We’ve got Udi Dahan, Chad Myers, and ScottGu discussing issues … Continue reading 

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altdotnet seattle session video

Here is the video from the altdotnet talks… There are many good points brought up through out this fishbowl; the one that I really wish was answered better was the question from Adam on introducing stuff to a team who … Continue reading 

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John Lam on IronRuby

Time for another salvo of moving pictures! John catches us up on the IronRuby and shows some under-the-covers architecture of the DLR at the ALT.NET Open Spaces, Seattle event. I didn’t get the whole thing, but there’s some good stuff … Continue reading 

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Future Architectures Fishbowl

Greg Young convened an interesting fishbowl about moving architectures into the future. A number of “-ilities” are brought up in the course of this varied and good discussion. Watching this I wonder if there is an architectural future or if … Continue reading 

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