Dennis van der Stelt Blog

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The agile workspace

If you pass by here on a regular basis, you might’ve noticed my affection for Agile based methodologies lately. I’m reading up quite a bit on both web and in my current favorite book. However,...

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How to run IE7 (Beta 1) alongside IE6

For some applications, I always want to try out the latest versions. They sometimes contain such cool new features, or look so much better, you just have to get those. Office, while adding nothing...

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101 Samples for Visual Studio 2005

I just saw on Gordo’s website a link to 101 samples of C# code for Visual Studio 2005. For those people that cannot understand C#, Microsoft was so kind to provide VB.NET samples as well. For those...

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EAP for ReSharper 2.0 starts!

Resharper has been discussed before, and for those who love it, hate it, or just don’t know about it… The early access program has begun. For those of you who don’t know, ReSharper is...

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Conversion to Community Server

As you have probably noticed, Blogging About .NET has been ‘upgraded’ to Community Server. It was pretty painful, because of various reasons. For one, I had to do a complete testrun at a local...

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Painting a fence the Agile way

David Anderson nearly choked on his sandwich recently, because his wife said : “You know it really pays to be thorough. All that rework is really time consuming and it uses a lot of...

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Trust is the Essence of Agile

A few years ago two colleagues and me were asked to help out in some project that wasn’t doing very well. They told us they needed some experts on software development. Before you can...

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Cheese & Contracts

If you’re interested in SOA (Service Orientated Architectures), SOD (Service Orientated Design), SO/A (Architectures based on Service Orientation) or whatever you want to call it, a very interesting set of articles is on the...