Did your parents ever tell you something like this… “Back when I was a kid, I had to walk 3 miles to school, in the snow!”? Well, this article is going to be something like that since I’m going to say that software engineering was easier when I started. The goal with this article is to start a conversation on how we can make the software development life cycle easier on software engineering teams.
Join me live on Saturday, May 14th at 10:00 PST on C# Corner Live for show #52 where my guest will be Paul Michaels, Head of Development at Music Magpie & Microsoft MVP.
Join me live on Saturday, April309th at 10:00 PST on C# Corner Live for show #54 where my guest will be Mika Dumont, Program Manager at Microsoft.
Join me live on Saturday, March 26th at 10:00 PST on C# Corner Live for show #51 where my guest will be Swizec Teller, Software Engineer.
Most teams I have worked on have a big backlog of items to take care of their technical debt. If you don't take care of "technical debt", that debt will come due, it will be painful, costly, and you will lose customers.
I have written about, spoke about and even taught at a university that the software world we work in changes every single day. It’s imperative that we keep up with these changes. I had one professor call this “techno stress” and I have a case of it 110%! I am finding out the longer I’m in this career, that this stress only increases, and it becomes harder to keep up.
To ship high-quality software that meets the user's needs, different teams within a company must work well together to accomplish this goal. I’ve worked at far too many companies that one or more of these teams spend more time protecting their “silo” than delivering software.
Join me live on Saturday, October 16th, 2021 at 10:00 PST on C# Corner Live show #40 where the show will have it's very first panel (that includes a certified Scrum Master) show all about Agile! This will be a longer show so we can have a lively discussion all about the pros and cons of Agile. Must watch for all developers!
There isn't a perfect application ever released, and the same is true for Visual Studio 2022. There are a lot of great features in VS2022, but there are many issues too. So I decided to create a running list of the issues that I find or find frustrating.
On show #38 of Rockin' the Code World with dotNetDave, I am ranting about far too many .NET software engineers DO NOT understand how memory management works when it comes to disposable objects! Not matter what level of software engineer you are, you need to watch this episode... NOW!