Monthly Archives: July 2017



I’ve been thinking more and more about Test Driven Development in recent weeks. TDD is my preferred way to develop new applications, though I’m not as religious as some. I know that there are many that are still not convinced, and many more that are outright against the practice. (Read […]

Test Driven Development Is About Design


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I’ve been giving the following talk at Meetups, User Groups, and at Tech Conferences. Ever wonder how you might use caching to improve the performance and speed of your website? Are you looking to improve the user experience for your web application? We’ll discuss the ins and outs of caching […]

Caching in .NET Core for Fun and Profit



Everything happening at once This is a poorly stated concept and a phrase that must die if we are to move forward with Scrum as a viable development technique. There is in fact an order to things. We can’t put the cake in the oven before we mix the ingredients, […]

Scrum Sucks! Part 7 – The Schedule