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Editorial Note: I originally wrote this post for the NDepend blog. Please head over to the site and check out the original. There’s a lot of great content over there, and, if you’re not familiar with NDepend, download a trial and try it out. The concept of a code smell is, perhaps, one of the …
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Editorial Note: I originally wrote this post for the LogEntries blog. You can check out the original here, at their site. While you’re there, check out the features of their offering. I write blog posts on a number of different sites that are not my own, and that is an exercise in pure writing joy. I …
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Editorial Note: I originally wrote this post for the NDepend blog. You can check out the original here, at their site. While you’e there, take a look at the other posts and download a trial of NDepend, if you’re so inclined. As a consultant, one of the more universal things that I’ve observed over the years …
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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. While you’re there, take a look at their product offering and blog posts by their various authors. I’ve spent enough time walking the halls of large-ish to massive organizations to have formed some opinions …
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This week, I’m making it two in a row with a reader question. Today’s question is about an internal company framework and how to survive it. Well, it’s actually about how to work effectively with it, but the options there are sort of limited to “get in there and fix it yourself” and “other” when …
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In this post, I take a look at a reader question about how to find good recruiters. It's not necessarily easy or pretty, but you can do it. Learn how.
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In this post, I describe something I call the business-personal value continuum. It's important to be aware of who benefits primarily from your actions.
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This is an answer to a reader question simply asking me how I got to where I am. By way of answer, I list instead some of my sources of inspiration.
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I answer a reader question that focuses on what to do when someone in your group likes to write so-called brilliant code. How to de-brilliant your code?
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Editorial Note: I originally wrote this post for the NDepend blog. Check out the original post here, at the site. While you’re there, check out NDepend — it’s my go-to tool for the codebase assessments that I do as part of my consulting practice. If you hang around agile circles long enough, you’re quite likely …
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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. Take a look around while you’re there and check out their products and other posts. In 1999, a man named Eric S. Raymond published a book called, “The Cathedral and the Bazaar.” In this …
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Legacy code is code that's dangerous and unpredictable to modify. Cultivate a healthy fear of it to be better at handling it.
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