Monthly Archives: April 2015

The May Blogger Challenge–Continuing On

Last month I participated in Ed Leighton-Dick’s April Challenge. My four posts were tagged the April Challenge, and this month I plan to continue, and hopefully get a few more people to up their blogging. Building on April To make … Continue reading

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Microsoft Exercise

Have we got a deal for you! Microsoft is concerned about the health of your company and is doing something about it. There’s a trend in modern society of obesity, complacency, and general laziness. Not only does is this bad … Continue reading

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Implementing Continuous Integration in Redmond

On May 15, 2015, Redgate Software and one of our partners, Northwest Cadence, will be presenting one of the DLM Training Workshops I helped build in Redmond, WA. I’m excited to be traveling up to WA for the event and … Continue reading

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Code Reviews

When I first started to be paid money to write software, I worked on my own. I had to test my own code, decide when it could be deployed, and make the decision to deploy it. I had to notify … Continue reading

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