Jersey City, NJUSA
Hometown: New York City
February 18, 2012
I'm currently an Application Architect for a major financial software company. I have over 20 years of experience, all revolving around custom software development.
I'm interested in any topic that expands my horizon. But, my area of focus is custom software development. So, I'm particularly interested in topics that help me leverage technology and teams in ways that help raise software quality and productivity.
Yes, but my personal value proposition is my broad experience and the intangibles of organizing and leading teams in a way that produces something of value. I'm not sure how to translate that expertise and qualities into a cohesive lecture that would be valuable to other members. I'm open to suggestions.
I've used JUnit, NUnit and MSTest. Frankly, I haven't seen any big distinctions between those frameworks. They all do an adequate job. The availability of mocking frameworks (e.g. Rhino Mocks) has been incredibly useful. The bigger influence these frameworks have made in my work is in reminding me that technical solutions must be testable. There are a number of things that one can do in designing software that either encourages or discourages testability.
Again, I've worked with a wide variety of version control systems. Of late, I've been using TFS. Its integration with Visual Studio makes it easy and productive to use. The more important topic that I've grappled with is the topic of branching strategies. What do you do when you need to support multiple product versions or do parallel development? You need a version control system that supports good branching management and merge tools (an inheritably evil, but sometimes necessary practice).
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