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Monthly Archives: March 2008

Agile Coaching: The daily stand-up meeting

I’m starting a new blog series based on my experiences doing agile coaching at clients.  Along with agile projects in .Net, my company also offers agile coaching and training.  Right now, the agile coaching practice consists of me, but I’m … Continue reading 

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ASP.NET MVC: Goodbye SmartBag, Hello ViewDataExtensions

A while back, I thought up the idea of the SmartBag, which has a very friendly API for working with viewdata objects.  With the December CTP, adding objects to ViewData was a bit difficult, but now that the ViewData property … Continue reading 

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So much easier to test plain ASP.NET MVC controllers!!

I was having a hard time easily testing controller classes with the MVC Framework December CTP.  Now it’s easier.  For some background, I’m writing ASP.NET MVC in Action for Manning, so I’m going through all kinds of scenarios, and in … Continue reading 

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Extreme Programmers wanted in Austin, TX

It’s time again.  I’m hiring.  If you’d like to work for me at Austin’s leading agile consulting company, please apply through our website job posting.  The applications all get routed to me, so if you apply and fit well, I’ll … Continue reading 

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Original altnetconf (cli_dev) list has now been deprecated

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/cli_dev/ is closed.  A poll of the group showed that this was the best course of action.  The archives are still there.  Anyone who was a member can still search the archives.  Unfortunately, Yahoo doesn’t provide a mechanism for public message access for … Continue reading 

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ASP.NET MVC Framework source code available (via ScottGu)

On CodePlex.  Read more from Scott Guthrie:  http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2008/03/21/asp-net-mvc-source-code-now-available.aspx   For more stuff on ASP.NET MVC, subscribe to my feed:  http://feeds.feedburner.com/jeffreypalermo

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March Agile Boot Camp was fun

Last week I taught the March Headspring Agile Boot Camp.  Since it’s a course for developers, it’s all about Extreme Programming, process, and architecture decisions that lead to a zero-friction project.   Stay tuned to my rss feed at http://feeds.feedburner.com/jeffreypalermo because I’ll … Continue reading 

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MVP Summit Party with Palermo planning in full swing

Party with Palermo: MVP Summit 2008 Edition – rsvp here!! April 13, 2008 @ 7:00PM – 10:00PM Jillian’s:  http://www.jilliansbilliards.com/ 731 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, EAPh: 206-223-0300 Cover charge is 1 business card.  This will get you in the door and register … Continue reading 

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ASP.NET MVC Framework on the Polymorphic Podcast

If you don’t care about podcasts, stop reading now.  If you don’t care about ASP.NET MVC, stop reading now.  If you haven’t stopped reading, then please continue. :-), and subscribe to my feed at http://feeds.feedburner.com/jeffreypalermo Craig Shoemaker recently interviewed me … Continue reading 

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GoDaddy could use some unit tests

For those who frequent the TechPodcasts network, like I do, you’ve probably heard of the 10% discount code for GoDaddy.com orders.  Everybody and their brother gives away GoDaddy 10% off codes.  The problem is that today it doesn’t seem to … Continue reading 

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