Windows SIG: Group Discussion of Extreme Programming Adventures in C#
A couple of weeks ago I won a copy of Ron Jeffries' "Extreme Programming Adventures in C#" at a Bay.NET meeting. It's an interesting read - I don't buy everything he says, but there are some interesting "sound bites" in it. As an example, "We don't need a testing framework, we need tests."
Ron sprinkles these "sound bites" throughout the book, and then consolidates them at the end. I'm going to pick out a few for what I hope becomes a lively group discussion.
About the Presenter
Chuck Berg has been the WinSIG chair for at least 8 years now. He is also the Lead Engineer for Messaging Systems at MetaLINCS - a Mt View startup company that allows him to write C# code that goes into production.
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