Monthly Archives: May 2007

On the importance of language idioms

Post by Jesse O'Neill-Oine

Venkat has a very nice post on the importance of language idioms.  He starts with a small Java Swing application and transitions it to Groovy, JRuby, and JavaScript.  I can’t get enough of this kind of stuff, because it shows … Continue reading

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How do you prototype?

Post by Ben Edwards

I am interested in finding out more about how people in the industry (web/software) utilize prototyping. To that end (and to try out some new software from questionform I have set up this brief survey. Please answer these 5 questions … Continue reading

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Pitching Agile to senior management

Post by Ben Edwards

With many parallells to the Selling Agile to the Enterprise presentation Ross and I gave at last month’s MinneBar (un)conference, Scott Ambler, goes a bit further by providing specific language (like diminishing returns* or, my favorite, opportunity cost**) to use … Continue reading

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