Continuous Integration With Multiple Projects

posted on 2004-09-20 at 12:04:49 by Joel Ross

I got tired of seeing a failing build every time I checked in a file for our Tourney Logic build server, especially when it wasn't what I was working on that was failing. It was another project altogether that I'm just getting started into how to build t… more »

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Setting Up Continuous Integration

posted on 2004-08-14 at 16:45:43 by Joel Ross

I've set up CruiseControl.Net for three projects now, and each time, I have to try to remember the steps needed to do it, so I figured I would just write them down, and maybe help someone else figure out the process. First, what is CruiseControl.Net?… more »

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Test Driven Development In Microsoft.NET

posted on 2004-07-28 at 01:11:27 by Joel Ross

I know. I'm late to the game, but I just finished reading TDD in Microsoft.NET. I figured since we were going to be using NUnit to do tests, what better book to read than one written by one of the creators of the tool we are using? Anyway, I started rea… more »

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Training - What's The Best Way?

posted on 2004-07-20 at 16:48:43 by Joel Ross

My company is looking for feedback of the best way to get us the knowledge we need to do our job. They've asked about a few good methods, but want to know what we want. To be honest, my best training has been hands-on. Drop me on a project, and let me… more »

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Fast Food Economic Indicator

posted on 2004-06-22 at 00:01:37 by Joel Ross

I was listening to Rush today on my way into work. Actually, it was whoever was sitting in for him. Give you an idea of my political slant? Anyway, he mentioned what he called the Fast Food Economic Indicator, and I found it rather humorous, despite bein… more »

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Automated Build Process In Place

posted on 2004-06-20 at 23:57:49 by Joel Ross

Last week, I finally got a chance to implement an automatic build process. It was actually quite simple. We used Cruise Control.NET as the continuous integration tool, and Nant as the building tool. Our source control tool is Visual Source Safe. It all f… more »

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Finally Coming Home!

posted on 06/01/04 at 09:22:38 am by Joel Ross

I'm sitting in the airport, knowing my laptop will die soon. I'm in San Francisco, waiting to go home. I get to take the red eye (oh joy!), and hopefully get some sleep. Not sure how possible that will be. My last flight, I slept for about an hour. Same… more »

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Database Design Standards

posted on 05/11/04 at 01:04:31 pm by Joel Ross

Having just finished a database redesign effort for a client, this would have been a handy link to have ahead of time. more »

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posted on 04/27/04 at 11:45:59 pm by Joel Ross

On Friday, I rolled off of my current project. It was bitter sweet. On the one hand, I had a lot of fun working on it, and I learned quite a bit about architecting and building large systems. On the other hand, I've been there for almost a full year. Yes… more »

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Wings vs. Flames, And Second Round

posted on 04/24/04 at 10:59:16 pm by Joel Ross

Name one thing the Flames didn't want to let happen? Name one thing they definitely didn?t want to be responsible for doing? Got it yet? Two initials. PP. Power Play. Imagine a bear hibernating. Now imagine you have to walk by the bear. Do you tip toe,… more »

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