Monthly Archives: March 2010

The Book Shelf: Lean Software Development An Agile Toolkit

http://www.amazon.com/Lean-Software-Development-Agile-Toolkit/dp/0321150783 At about 180 pages or so, it is a quick read. I have heard lots of talk about Lean, Kanban, etc. and thought it was time to sit down and read Mary and Tom Poppendieck’s 2003 book on the … Continue reading 

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Website Resource: Ajax Load Indicator

Stumbled across the site when I was searching for a progress indicator for one of my projects: http://www.ajaxload.info/. This is a very handy site that will generate an animated gif in accordance with your specifications. I’m using jQuery to fetch … Continue reading 

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Code Bubbles – A very interesting coding UX

You never know where you are going to see something really interesting. I was passed this URL today: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PsPX0nElJ0k. You can read more about this research here. It never ceases to amaze – the level of creativity and ingenuity that … Continue reading 

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