Development

There are 2 entries for the tag Development

NDepend

One thing in common with developers and infrastructure professionals is that they often turn to monitoring and analysis tools in times of strife rather than incorporate them into their daily routine. If the monitoring and analysis tools are bought out only when there's a problem, then you're often confronted by the fact that no one really knows them well enough to interpret what they're telling you. That's why I'm spending some time getting to know NDepend now, before I really need it. NDepend is a tool designed to perform static analysis on a codebase and provide you...

A few quick links

Joel on Software's Strategy Letter VI - On Lotus Symphony, AJAX, and history repeating itself. The post is a couple of months old now, but I missed it when it was first posted. Worth a read. What's Ailing ASP.NET Web Forms - Rick Strahl on the historical strengths and weaknesses of ASP.NET webforms (prompted by the impending release of Microsoft's ASP.NET MVC framework). Using Visual Studio 2008 with VSS (Visual SourceSafe) - basically "grab the patch", or migrate to some decent source control (yeah I added the second one in). Facebook Beacon Privacy Issues Worse Than Previously...