I’m not talking about information related to the task and context, here, though that can damage a team. Withholding that sort of information is unacceptable, and probably pathological. I’m talking about a different sort of information: information about your internal state .
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
link -> Team Trap #5: Withholding Information
I think this is good one. I feel like I have seen people withdraw like that.
Sunday, January 23, 2011
link -> Why Your Employees Are Losing Motivation - HBS Working Knowledge
You guys see us screwing this up let me know
c# - What 'additional configuration' is necessary to reference a .NET 2.0 mixed mode assembly in a .NET 4.0 project? - Stack Overflow
link -> c# - What 'additional configuration' is necessary to reference a .NET 2.0 mixed mode assembly in a .NET 4.0 project? - Stack Overflow
in case we ever move to 4.0 here is how to get SQLLite to work
Friday, January 21, 2011
link -> Countdown to Ext JS 4: Data Package - Sencha - Blog
I like that they are getting rid of records
Saturday, January 15, 2011
link -> Headless Testing for Continuous Integration with Git and Jasmine
Our WebKit Team lead, Ariya Hidayat, walks you through creating a Continuous Integration setup that will run on Windows, Mac and Linux.
cool to see extjs blogging about automated testing. hope to see more. haven't heard of specrunner or jasmine
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Saturday, January 8, 2011
link -> NHibernate Mapping Generator
A simple utility to generate NHibernate mapping files and corresponding domain classes from existing DB tables. It currently generates one mapping file (.hbm.xml) and the corresponding Domain class (*.cs) from oracle or sql server.
Wow! Generate Fluent Nhibernate mappings and classes from existing database. Open-sourced by Thoughtworks.
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
link -> Transformation Priority and Sorting - Uncle Bob's Blog
I got a kick out of reading this.Bookmark this on Delicious - Saved by joesegars to computer - More about this bookmark
The article that comic refers to blew my mind. I will need to read it a couple times before I can even process. http://cleancoder.posterous.com/the-transformation-priority-premise