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There's nothing that glamorous about the OOTB stuff that MS puts out. However, I'm glad to see a shift in thought on MS's part about open-source - such as with AJAX.NET. With a community of people creating better applications and tools, i hope it'll humble MS to recognize grassroots efforts and get in the trenches with us.
Roy Osherove posted a what's hot and what's not list, mainly aimed at this whole ALT.NET developer talk
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I don't entirely agree either. but the HOT/NOT format made me laugh!
If taken for comedy - this is great. If taken too seriously - this is BAD.
Hot: Contrived Hot-or-Not lists
Great list, I have made some mods at the link above for me - I agree with Scott - CVS is SO out
There's been a lot of talk going on in the Microsoft community ( here , here , here , and here ) lately
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DDD, I think that is certainly how.
Una de las bases en la que se sustenta .NET es su comunidad. Es difícil encontrar detrás de una tecnología
Una de las bases en la que se sustenta .NET es su comunidad. Es difícil encontrar detrás de una tecnología...
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Coming to .NET from the open source (Python) world, perhaps I have a different perspective.
CVS is defintely not hot (SVN is though). .NET 2 is not yet out, few people are adopting .NET 3 for production just yet (or even looking at is as far as I can tell)...
XP is not out, it is less 'enterprisey' than scrum and so will always be 'cooler' to some eyes.
NUnit does have a lot of respect.
MVC is not out - but I think it means something different in our world...
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Don't read this post as a criticism of Scrum per se, I'm just concerned that the popularity of
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Philly ALT.NET... How 'bout it?!
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Check this blog entry about about what's hot or not in the .Net development space.
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As I said in my Microsoft at the Crossroads post , I don't believe that Microsoft and many "mainstream" .NET developers understand the way many of us choose to work and the tools we use. For a long time, I generically refered to this as "Agile"
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