As developers we are taught that the lack of process and coding standards are the reason for project failures. The majority of us blindly believe it without really examining if this is the truth. Let me take you on a trip down the rabbit hole and let’s explore the truth of the matter.
Design patterns Years and years ago when everyone where developing desktop and client server applications there where no frameworks in place.
Complex password validation Our team had to build a regular expression for a client to password validation and it had the following requirements. Below is the expression for anyone that needs anything like this. Hopefully I safe someone some time.
When I am referring to the team guru. I am referring to the lead developer that is responsible for the skills, education and technical well being of his team and project. There is a skill that a team lead has to continuously work on. This skill has its roots based in knowledge and experience but this skill… Read More »
I spent the last week on a TOGAF 9.1 course in the hope that it will assist me with furthering my career by moving out of the developer role and moving myself further down the road to become a security / infrastructure architect – roles that I already partially fulfill. Why? After 19 years of coding I… Read More »
Figured that I would start a post dealing specifically with all the terms we find in the Identity world. Ill add to this post as time goes on…
Where does architecture start? Something that is always present in the role of architect is that of project management. Architecture should start at the executive level of a company where the strategy (“what”) is discussed. That mean the top most architect reports to the executive, you may have domain expert architects placed within diffrent departments.… Read More »
How to become a software architect? How to guide your career? No one can explain this better than Juval Lowy. No one is going to make you a architect. It is something you have to chase, align your life, your career and focus on becoming an architect.
In this article i will touch on the areas that need to be configured for transactions in WCF. I will also discuss the attributes and attempt to explain how each one might affect the other. So lets start, what is transaction?
This blog post shows a YouTube video explaining the waterfall methodology.