If WordPress is good enough for Scobleizer, then its probably worth the move. I'm over here now.
Since Finetix is currently re-designing their business cards, maybe they should get Scobleizer involved in the process :)
Blogged by Somasegar who runs Microsoft's Developer Division.
The last few issues of MSDN Magazine have had a number of excellent articles that in my view are must reads for all .NET developers
Eurekster blog on swicki
I see that the BBC
both use Skinkers
, and now the sports betting industry
is beginning to use the software. Wonder if any investment banks use it? - London Stock Exchange
uses it for internal communication.
Sam's been blogging about his pure agile team recently. This weekend he posts about his War Room.
Yesterday saw the end of another sprint
, and a milestone for the current project. We finally managed to get the Informix
drivers installed on the UAT grid, followed by a release of the pricing service. This was a major step forwards - it feels like we are on the home straight now. Moving from a custom in-house cluster environment to a commercial grid application has been "interesting" - possible the most diplomatic word I could use. Its been challenging to migrating the C++ codebase
together with the replacement of specific services to Java.
Sorry but Mark Quirk at Microsoft is behind the times on this one. From what I have seen, there has been a shortage of .NET software engineers for the last few years, and it's not getting any better. I suggested a long time ago that Finetix should begin to train .NET developers, since our clients appear to have an appetite for these resources. I'd also point out that paired programming has a lot of advantages in the training/knowledge transfer arena.
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