Re - The One Benefit of Software Estimation
In a previous blog post of mine, I discussed the lone merit that software estimation has: making sure folks are on the same page in regard to understanding the complexity and scope of a story.
Common Git Aliases for Making You More Productive
As of late, I’ve been more mindful to identify areas in my workflow that I can make more efficient. If you find yourself doing repetitive tasks or tasks that take a long time, you should consider if there are ways to automate those tasks or make them take less time to complete.
The One Benefit of Software Estimation
Software estimates are mostly a waste of time. Here are some observations I have made in my career that have driven me to this conclusion:
Build, Clean, and Rebuild in Visual Studio
In the .NET environment, the process of compiling source code into output files is called building. Two common ways of building are via an IDE, such as the Visual Studio IDE (or the recent Rider IDE from JetBrains), and via the command line using