Monthly Archives: June 2007

Reflections on five years NUnit experience

It has been five years since I first used NUnit and have used it with great success on almost every project since then. This post briefly reflects the pros and cons of Automated Developer Testing I experienced. . Zero Defects … Continue reading

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Non Tech: Five weeks of DIY comes to an end

After five weeks of DIY it stopped being fun. Over the last year we’ve all but re-built rental house #2. Everything other than the trees was 100% DIY, and these were the most satisfying: New Bathroom (only ~ $800!) New … Continue reading

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Software Estimation by Steve McConnell

Steve McConnell requires no introduction. Remember in Code Complete and Rapid Development Steve said Software Estimation really required a full book. Finally he found the time to aggregate all that has been written on the topic, sprinkle with his own … Continue reading

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