I put this out in a private correspondence yesterday and thought it was worth repeating here: Heusser’s first rule of ethics: When someone ends a proposal with the statement “… and it’s all legal!” they are saying that because it probably /should/ be illegal. Don’t work with them. Heusser’s first law of guru-ness: To be […]
The good news is that Informit.com has just started publishing a backlog of articles from me, including “A Chat with Alistair Cockburn.” Gosh that’s an old picture of me.
The people at Software Test&Performance Magazine spent a considerable amount of time and effort re-designing the magazine – and it shows. The July issue is solid, and yes, our column still appears on page 10. More than that, check out the new ST&P Website, with more to come in the months to come. Seriously, please, […]
Chris McMahon and I talk about Unit Testing Tools in our column in Software Test&Performance this month, on page nine. As always, it’s a free download.
I have a software craft blog that I am much less active with than Creative Chaos. I just put a post up on perfectionism and the worse-is-better approach. I think you might enjoy it, and I certainly hope it will surprise you.
For the April Issue of Software Test and Performance Magazine, Chris McMahon and I interview Paul Melson about security and penetration testing; the interview appears on page 9. Of course, PDFS of STPMag are always free to download, and you can always apply for a free print subscription to the magazine.
Well that didn’t take long. The March Issue of Software Test And Performance Magazine is available on-line for free. Download it here. Our column appears on page nine.
Chris McMahon and I cover Service-Oriented Architectures in this issue of STPedia, which, yes, you can download for free. Our column appears on page 18.
The January issue of Software Test&Performance Magazine is out. You can download it now; (for free) our column, which covers Application Lifecycle Management tools and Service-Oriented-Architectures, appears on page 28.