Month: July 2007

I have an ISBN number!

OK I admit it, I do vanity searches.  I was at the Amazon website for something today and I did a vanity search.  The differences this was is: I was. Changing Software Development: Learning to Become Agile is now listed as available for pre-order.  The other surprising thing is the publication date.  I was expecting January …

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Back from EuroPLoP

I was out at EuroPLoP in Germany last week, and much of this week has been spent in recovery mode.  EuroPLoP is a great conference – or rather un-conference.  Unconference is an expression I first heard last year that describes a conference which is different.  EuroPLoP is certainly different. EuroPLoP is first and foremost a …

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Unit testing (from objectives)

Still responding to the questions posted in response to my TDD and objectives entry. The question was about how to do TDD, specifically UI and also about what happens when the general consistency fails. Well the UI question is easy: You can’t really do TDD for user interfaces.  You can, but you have to jump …

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Objectives again

I don’t normally respond to comments on my blog.  Most of them don’t actually require anything more to be said but on this occasion I thought I should respond.  And keeping to my one entry one comment policy I’ll take them both separately. So, the question was: Am I changing my view on objectives? And …

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