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This is another post that I originally wrote for the NDepend blog. If you haven’t yet, go check out the NDepend blog and sign up for the RSS feed. It’s relatively new, but we’ll have a lot of good content there for you. If you’re a software developer, particularly of the newly minted variety, the …
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En passant is going to be a fairly complicated thing to calculate, given the way I’ve implemented this thing so far.  And, true to form, I only got a very thin slice going in this episode.  Still, it was measurable progress and it’s good that I was able to slice thinly. What I accomplish in …
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This is a post that I originally wrote for the NDepend blog. If you haven’t already, go check it out! We’re building out some good content over there around static analysis, with lots more to follow. A lot of programmers have some idea of what static analysis is, as least superficially.  If I mention the …
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This episode was a lot of fun because all of the cards just kind of fell into place and I got the pawn done (with the exception of en passant). I had thought finishing up the pawn was going to take a number of episodes, but then there was a flurry of win. I'll take it!
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Learning to Love Bugs. My apologies for the titular pun in reference to “I Love Big Brother” of iconic, Orwellian fame, but I couldn't resist. The other day, I was chatting with some people about the idea of factoring large methods into smaller, more focused ones and one of the people chimed in ...
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What I accomplish in this clip: Finished implementing the bishop acceptance tests. Introduced the concept of “capture move” and “non-capture move” to piece movement. Made some good headway on the pawn's diagonal capture capability. Here are some lessons to take away: ...
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I was listening to the Smart Passive Income podcast the other night. Yeah, I wasn’t kidding. I’m really trying to figure out how to do this stuff. Anyway, it was an episode with “User Stories” in the title, so I was intrigued. What I actually thought to myself was, “I’m a lot more inclined to …
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A while back, I announced some changes to DaedTech with idea of moving toward a passive income model. In the time between then and now, I’ve spent a good bit of time learning about techniques for earning passive income, and I’ve learned that I’m really, really bad at it. For example, I’m often asked for …
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A little while back, I made a post in which I mused about the work-retire dynamic as an unusual example of large batches in life. In the lead-in, I made passing reference to a post where I talked more specifically about buzzword fatigue. This is that post (with this explanatory paragraph ...
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This post was the last of a series of 3 I recorded together, so it picks up right on the heels of episode 39 from a flow perspective. I initially tied up loose ends from the previous episode and then got the pawn's diagonal capture in place, at least for the white pawns (acceptance tests for ...
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In writing my book, I find that I wind up with these thoughts, paragraphs and mini-essays that may or may not find their way into the book. I'm adding to Leanpub sequentially, but writing relevant things as they occur to me, so there are bits floating around, waiting to have a home.
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