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  • Blog Post: Legends of Windows Home Server -- Checkin Garfield

    It was a logn time ago, so, I guess, it's ok to tell this story at last... Well, everybody knows what "checkin" is, right? That's when you send your updated, fixed or new code to the depository for safekeeping. There is a lot of systems for that. OpenSource guys usually use CVS for that, there are...
  • Blog Post: A Case Against Code Reviews

    I know, it sounds odd in the modern world where code reviews are almost like one of the Sacred Commandments, that is taken religiously and you could be burned at the stake for not respecting it. So, please, hold with me for a little heresy… No, I don’t argue that code reviews are valuable. It’s just...
  • Blog Post: What it takes to be a good software developer…

    Last week I’ve got such a message from my blog: -----Original Message----- From: sandusergiu1984@... Sent: Thursday, June 29, 2006 1:17 AM To: Eldar Musayev Subject: (Random Thoughts and Hints on Software Development) : Hello Eldar! Importance: High Can you please tell me what I should learn...
  • Blog Post: Developers productivity in US

    In his blog, Philip Su - dev manager at MSN Search - gives intersting numbers on the productivity of developers in the USA: USA 1999 -- 9000 lines of code per year (9 KLOC/year) USA 2005 -- 6200 lines of code per year (6.2 KLOC/year) Windows Vista developers -- ~1000 lines per year. Keep in...
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