Category Archives: The Development Process

Topics that pertain to the software development and project management process itself, as opposed to substantive topics of design.

Test-Driven Development (TDD): To free, or to constrain?

How many times have you reached for a nice shiny new tool and put it to good use, enjoyed its benefits .. and then after a spell realized that your shiny plaything has walked over to take its place along … Continue reading

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A Thought on the TDD strategy

Test-Driven-Development (TDD) has a good contribution to make to a project’s management strategy. It is a means by which one can know that a given kit of software (your end-product) does perform according to a specific specification (the suite of … Continue reading

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The C# Code-Formatting Standard

Digging into an existing software project of significant size can be confusing and, without a clear structure and organization of the code and the documentation, can result in a lot of wasted time. Structure guides and clarifies, and self-documents. Well, … Continue reading

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