Monthly Archives: December 2008

Don’t repeat yourself

In the last few weeks of 2008 I spent a bit of time converting Jonathan Shewchuk’s adaptive floating-point predicates (included in his Triangle library) into C#.  I don’t want to bash on this too much: the algorithms in question, and … Continue reading

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My apologies

Before I move onto writing about some other stuff, I have one last thing to say about the Agile Disease, and that’s “sorry”.  I was undoubtedly over the top in my tone, and was rude to a number of people … Continue reading

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Fraternising with the Dark Side

I just stumbled upon this in the Scrum development newsgroup: On the Scrum Trainers Yahoo site, this was posted in reference to Halliwell’s blog by a trainer who trained Halliwell in Scrum.  I removed the trainers’ (last) names (by the … Continue reading

Posted in Management, Software development | 3 Comments