What happens when you have disparate systems? Those that don’t know how to talk to each other? You need a translator. If you’re lucky, it’s an automaton. Sure, you need to build it, but it will do most of the work for you. But if your luck’s cup is not as full, then it’s a
Category Archives: Tools
Our management team decided to cancel entry and leave time tracking. Task time tracking will continue using our Project Server according to the project plans. I don’t think time tracking enforces anything. Since it measures the time you were at work, not the time you are actually working, and not how well you manage your
Paul Stovell created a tool for traceability between code and requirements. All you have to do is add attributes to the classes/methods, and through reflection, it correlates the tested code to requirements. Therefore, it can actually create code coverage report against requirements. Cool stuff. [via Brian Harry]
Check out my collection of ClearCase posts and feel my pain. Continuing our latest adventures with ClearCase, (I haven’t worked on anything else since Wednesday) today we reviewed the situation. We had to roll back the changes made on Thursday, due to side-effects that appeared. (Basically square one). Currently there’s no real solution in sight,
I guess this would be the second favorite, following Manager-Tools. How do I rate them? I guess it’s how long I wait from publish to when I listen. Scott Hanselman is a Boy Wonder. He’s the chief architect in his company, works with Microsoft .Net technologies, but dabbles with many other technologies on the side.
Oren writes about what’s needed to develop a real application today, in regards to using just the CLR. Although my personal development are very small projects, I can’t live without TestDriven.Net or Reflector. I haven’t used IoC, but I expect this is something I’m going to use from now on. There is something to be