The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

"My life belongs to the whole community and as long as I live it is my privilege to do for it whatever I can." - George Bernard Shaw

June, 2004

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    Open Letter To CEOs

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    My name is Sandy and I am an MBA. There, I said it. I constantly refer to it and joke about it around here and accept any abuse that might come with it. After all, when you are in a group of techies, the MBA is the easy target (oh, I bet you've seen the...
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    The Reports of Microsoft's Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated...

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    I was having lunch with a good friend that I hadn’t seen in a while. He’s a fellow Microsoft employee and we hadn’t caught up in quite some time. We started at Microsoft at the same time and, as can be expected, we spent a lot of time...
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    TDD Me ASAP

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    Scott Densmore warned me not to blog about this, but I just couldn't resist. Apparently, there is a huge uproar regarding unit testing in the next version of Visual Studio. Peter Provost (the “instigator” :->) was working the blogging channels...
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    Block Testing

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    One of the most common questions people ask me about the application blocks is whether they should be used in production. Are they really “enterprise-worthy”? The answer is YES!!! That's when I start bragging about this great lab we have in...
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    Bullet the Blue Blog

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    OK, I couldn't come up with a better title for a random entry. Hopefully, U2 fans appreciate it! As promised, a grab bag of comments & responses to a lot of questions. And bullets. Plenty of bullets. I'm going the bullet route to try to organize...
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