Espresso Fueled Agile Development

Comments on my work at patterns & practices, agile development, and caffeine sources.

December, 2008

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About Espresso Fueled Agile Development

In my little corner of the 'net, I'll be discussing my projects at patterns & practices, my views on Agile development, particularly Scrum, Extreme Programming, Test Driven Development, collocated work areas, and anything else that strikes my fancy.

 

So, who is Michael Puleio? 

Michael Puleio is a software developer, pragmatic agilest, and coffee addict. He is an advocate for agility within Microsoft, evangelizing such practices as acceptance test driven development (ATDD), test driven design (TDD), pair programming, test automation, and continuous integration. Mike joined Microsoft in 2000, and is currently part of the patterns & practices team. While at p&p, Mike has been a Dev Lead on the Web Client Software Factory, Smart Client Software Factory, Composite UI Application Block, and a co-author on the Acceptance Test Engineering Guide. He previously worked with MSN, MSNTV (formerly WebTV), and other software companies, specializing in a wide range of areas including geophysics software and computer reservation systems.

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    If you missed the patterns & practices summit....

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    Ajoy has posted that three of the sessions have been made available online at pnp Summit videos online . Since one of the three sessions is one that Grigori and I did about the Acceptance Testing Guide, Driving Development with Acceptance Testing , I...
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    Who is using WCSF?

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    Blaine and I would like to ask the community to let us know "who is using WCSF?"  We know that WCSF has been fairly successful based on: WCSF has been downloaded a few times (ok, it is really many thousands of times) The discussion forums...
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    Where is WCSF headed?

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    Blaine & I have been getting a lot of emails, messages, comments, etc about WCSF.  There are a lot of people interested in a public statement from patterns & practices about the roadmap for WCSF and future support of WCSF, in addition to...
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