Monday 27 February 2006
Great guys from Thinktecture just released WSCF 0.6 for Visual Studio 2005 and .NET 2.0. I’ve been using it for a while and it saves lots of tedious, manual work. Give a try and you won’t regret!
Saturday 25 February 2006
Nearly every job offer contains something like that: salary based on experience. It means that the more years of experience you have the better professional you are. It sounds reasonably but of course from time to time it’s not true and you always should check out skills of a person who applies for a job. It sounds reasonably too but I’ve been involved in more then 10 recruitment processes and only during literally 2 of them employer wanted to check my knowledge. The rest of them wanted to know only how many years/months of experience I have. They didn’t ask any technical questions, nothing. It’s incomprehensible, isn’t it?
Thursday 23 February 2006
Very good article about how to approach personal development in the field of technology. It arrived just in time because I’m going to participate in Microsoft Architect Forum in Dublin and I can leverage some tips of Douglas.
Sunday 12 February 2006
Friday 3 February 2006
The comparison can be found here. It seems to be quite good and useful but there is one interesting thing. Author of the review is at the same time author of one of the analyzed frameworks. And his library seems to be the best one. Coincidence? Who knows :).