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The real challenges of building the right thing right

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Suppose you're in the following situation.You and your team are supposed to start working on some important architectural changes that were long due.Your team is then asked by your manager to help build an important feature that requires the unique skills of your team, and ...

October 9, 2015

My thoughts on documenting your code

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A recurring topic in every project I’ve been involved with is when and where you should use XML comments and/or annotate classes and members with proper documentation. I’ve always been very specific about this, but in real live I meet a lot of developers who don’t seem to care about this, or wors...

October 1, 2015

What it takes to turn a group of people into great colleagues

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At Aviva Solutions, we have a unique tradition to celebrate our annual anniversary in some foreign city or at a warm beach in the south of Europe. During such a weekend, you're free to enjoy the local culture, go shopping in the local area or just relax at a terrace or the beach. Next to being a ...

September 12, 2015

Fluent Assertions supports .NET 4.6, CoreCLR and .NET Native

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With all credits going to Oren Novotny, Tommy Long, Stuart Blackler and some of the Microsoft folks behind the .NET Core projects, Fluent Assertions 4.0 introduces support for the new platforms .NET 4.6, CoreCLR and .NET Native. Since Fluent Assertions has adopted the Semantic Versioning scheme...

August 24, 2015