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In this post, I reflect on my career as a free agent consultant. Key to this is a couple of realizations that I've had about how I will and won't work.
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I have received a comment or two here and there over the last year, asking whatever happened to the home automation posts I used to do. These were admittedly sporadic, largely because I work all day, then I moonlight at night with freelance gigs and Pluralsight, and then I blog regularly, and only then do …
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Rather than the traditional lecture approach of providing an official definition and then discussing the subject in more detail, I’m going to show you what static analysis is and then define it. Take a look at the following code and think for a second about what you see. What’s going to happen when we run …
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This is a post that I’ve had in my drafts folder for nearly two years. Well, I should say I’ve had the title and a few haphazard notes in my drafts folder for nearly two years; I’m writing the actual post right now. The reason I’ve had it sitting around for so long is twofold: …
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I’m on a Scrum team these days, serving as Product Owner, and I was watching developers do functionality demos. This has generally been of the form of them walking me through the happy path, and then me taking it for a test drive and trying to put myself in a user, ‘cleverly’ typing “twenty five” …
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It’s not as though it’s new; Roslyn CTP was announced in the fall of 2011, and people have been able to play with it since then. Roslyn is a quietly ground-breaking concept — a set of compilers that exposes compiling, code modeling, refactoring, and analysis APIs. Oh, and it was recently announced that the tool …
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Meta note: I’m leaving for the airport in a few hours and am going to be off-ish the grid until Saturday, and then seriously off the grid until June 1st or so (on a cruise boat, where internet is $45 per second). I have one post scheduled to go out during that timeframe, but expect …
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Editorial Note: I originally wrote this post for the SmartBear blog. You can check out the original here, at their site. Have a look around while you’re there and see what some of the other authors have written. As an IT management consultant, probably the most frequent question I hear is some variant of “how …
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Let’s Get Ready to Rumble Tomorrow (this) morning at 11 AM Eastern time, the world is going to tune in on Pay Per View to the greatest rumble this side of the Thrilla in Manilla that pitted Muhummed Ali against Joe Frazier. Nearly 40 years after the original, the 2014 incarnation will pit the creator …
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There are few things in software development as surprisingly political as merging your code when there are conflicts. Your first reaction to this is probably to think that I’m crazy, but seriously, think about what happens when your diff tool/source control combo tells you there’s a conflict. You peer at the conflict for a moment …
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Editorial Note: I originally wrote this post for the NDepend blog. Check out the original here, at their site. While you’re there, have a look around at some of the other posts and subscribe to the RSS feed if you’d like a weekly post about static analysis. I can still remember my reaction to …
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Editorial Note: I originally wrote this post for the NDepend blog. You can check out the original here, at the NDepend site. If you’re a fan of static analysis tools, do yourself a favor and take a look at the NDepend offering while you’re there. A common complaint and source of resistance to the adoption …
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