Monthly Archive: June 2007

Jun 24

Carnival of the Agilists

Has it been two weeks already? Mark Levison produces our latest edition Great job, Mark!

Jun 07

Carnival of the Agilists – 6/7/2007

Welcome to the June 7th Carnival of the Agilists. Today’s theme is: There is no theme. Software Insurance? Are you mad? Laurent Bossavit provides the precedent. Glen Alleman lays out some examples of non-software applications of Agile Development techniques. Is delivering on time a synonym for success? Jason Gorman feels otherwise. Wil Shipley prefers to …

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Jun 05

RESTful but not HTTP-based?

Harry Pierson says: Yet, I get the feeling that the REST community would consider a solution that uses the REST architectural style but not HTTP and/or URI as “not RESTful”. In general, I suspect that the community might balk.   But I happen to believe that a resource-oriented communications protocol should be implementation independent.   One …

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Jun 05

Interesting technique for modifying internal Flex code

You can do this in Ruby, and there is some argument whether it is a good thing to be able to do (in terms of readability, comprehensibility).  You can override an existing method w/your own   (I forget what the term is, right now, mainly because I never use it).  Ruby on Rails takes full advantage …

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