Tag Archives: convention over configuration

git init

Post by Scott Vlaminck

Jason Rudolph has a great post discussing getting started with git, the new kid on the block for version control. That post alone makes a compelling argument to me for trying it out. This quote hit a little too close … Continue reading

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minnēbar is blowing up

Post by Ben Edwards

With over 300 participants and growing, I am glad we have the space to hold everyone at this year’s event. Now feeding them, that may be another story. Refactr will be representing a number of things at this year’s barcamp … Continue reading

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Giving users what they need, not what they want.

Post by Ben Edwards

The Creating Passionate Users blog is quickly becoming one of my favorite sites. It is posts like this one called How much control should users have? that keep me coming back. These graphs from the post succinctly illustrate a point … Continue reading

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Fire Aim, Fire Aim: The Web 2.0 Dev Model

Post by Casey

Martin Fowler speaking at Rails Conf 2006, describes the Web 2.0 software development process as a process that works in the reverse of traditional software development processes. There is this culture of just give the product to the customer. Then … Continue reading

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