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Agile IT Experience, Day one

The day is over. The bar is still going strong, but too much smoke for me… and I’ve been in enough sessions on the day after a night of partying at a conference and I just dont have it in

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Off to Agile IT Experience Tomorrow.

Well, a colleague and I are off to Agile IT Experience in Reston, VA tomorrow. It runs Thursday, Friday, and a half day Saturday. Im so ready for it. There look to be a lot of very good sessions and

Posted in Agile, code, mikewitters.com, ProfessionalStuff, SoftwareDev

Unit Testing: The proving grounds for the team

After weeks of development a change in a fundamental aspect of the domain has surfaced. To outsiders (read: the business) this change may seem insignificant, but to people who write lines of code, it is understandably a relatively big issue.

Posted in Agile, code, java, SoftwareDev

Value Objects vs Tool/Framework Bean Req’s

A recurring scenario is annoying me. The scenario is this: Create a value object, in the Domain-Driven Design sense, and use it in a Hibernate persisted domain model. Following the DDD style, a value object shouldn’t have a default constructor,

Posted in Agile, code, java, SoftwareDev

I'll be heading to Agile ITX this summer

For a long time my career had me doing a whole lot of product installations and integrations where domain models and agile development didn’t necessarily fit.  Any conferences or training I attended was based on specific product issues

Posted in Agile, code, java

I’ll be heading to Agile ITX this summer

For a long time my career had me doing a whole lot of product installations and integrations where domain models and agile development didn’t necessarily fit.  Any conferences or training I attended was based on specific product issues

Posted in Agile, code, java

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