I have known many developers who resent the Daily Scrum, or daily stand-up meeting. I have literally watched team members hide from the Scrum Master by leaving the team room before its time for the Daily Scrum. This typically because the Development Team doesn’t feel it is getting sufficient value from the event. More concretely, some vocal member or members of the Development Team don’t feel they are getting value, and other developers just don’t
Building Web Applications with NancyFX is now available on Pluralsight.
How to setup git to allow different merge/diff tools based on file extension.
Visual Studio customers have been asking for richer tagging features inside the IDE for a long time. TFS and VSO have allowed tagging of work items for well over a year, but the only way to really work with the tags has been through the web interfaces. The teams that build features in Visual Studio have a LOT of things in their backlog (I can attest to this as I was one for a little
I regret not having blogged in several months and am determined to get back on that wagon. Let’s start simply, with a goofy little holiday project. This is what happens when my boss puts me on “you’ve been working too much” leave. I do dumb things in the garage. I despise an untidy mess and tangle of wires. I could easily work atop a dirt floor with a half inch of dust on things, so
> This post may seem a bit longer than my usual posts. It’s one I’ve slowly been extending over the last couple years while working remotely. Many of …