How I'm using StoryTeller to test FubuMVC
Building a "Lookup" html convention w/ FubuMVC
FubuMVC's Configuration Model "Special Sauce"
Managing Script dependencies with FubuMVC
Authorization and FubuMVC
Composing Views with FubuMVC
Extensible Model Binding with FubuMVC
Modular Packaging with FubuMVC
Self-Installing Apps w/ FubuMVC
Routing and Behavioral Conventions with FubuMVC
What Should I Learn?
Monthly Archives: October 2006
As some of you know, I started a new job this month as a consultant helping clients to adopt Agile practices. It's been an interesting experience so far. Working with people who have different philosophies and experiences is always a good opportunity … Continue reading
EDIT: I'm not suggesting that you ship code with known Technical Debt here and I'm sorry that I gave off that impression. That was not my intent. Say you're given a choice between two directions: Path A: Build … Continue reading
It's still cooking. I just passed 150 NUnit tests. Right now I'm having to veer off into the tools to import and interact somewhat with FitNesse. My team is getting started with FitNesse and I think I'll use the project … Continue reading
Clearing out old drafts… Yes, a team needs to agree on a coding standard and consistently follow that standard. That being said, I think the coding standard should be kept as simple as possible and only grow as needed. I … Continue reading
http://undefined.com/ia/2006/10/27/six-word-stories-about-programming-languages/ I love the Smalltalk & Lisp stories. It seems right now that *every* single cool advance in programming comes with a couple of old guys screaming that Smalltalk or Lisp did it better umpteen years ago.
Those that say "Goo-id" and those that say "Gwid" (rhymes with Squid)
Forget all the Ivory Tower stuff I like to prattle on about, if you want to be a more productive programmer, learn to keep your hands on the keyboard instead of reaching for that mouse. It'll make the mechanics faster … Continue reading
Because I watched too many "Man Law!" commercials during this weekend's football games: "There must be a stub or a test fixture in every codebase that uses the Simpsons as a theme for fake data" CodingLaw! P.S. A consistently effective … Continue reading
I’d like to announce a new open source tool that I’ve started called “StoryTeller” that is being hosted on Tigris at http://storyteller.tigris.org. There isn’t any content, but the code is up in Subversion. From the website: StoryTeller is a new tool … Continue reading