Monthly Archives: September 2007

As a scrummaster, scrum is not my first option to a new client

I had this discussion briefly at BarCamp Dallas yesterday.  The question came up as to how do I describe scrum to my client? When going into a new client, I don’t.  There are a lot of companies out there that … Continue reading 

Posted in Agile, Alt.Net, Featured, Scrum | 6 Comments

Alt.Net does NOT equal Anti-Microsoft

I’ve had this post sitting in the queue forever.  Not forever, but about 2 months.  Before I start, I’d love to be able to go back and quote the mass amount of Alt.Net posts that have come out of CB … Continue reading 

Posted in .Net Development, Agile, Alt.Net, Featured, OOP, Patterns and Practices, TDD | 11 Comments

Welcome Dave Laribee to CodeBetter!

So this is a no brainer.  Where is there a better fit for Dave Laribee other than CodeBetter?  So many of us share the same ideals, the same goals, suffer the same pains and have common solutions for problems we … Continue reading 

Posted in Generalities | 5 Comments