This is the Second Edition of the Software Development Carnival
The Business of Developing Software
Jonathan Danylko has written a great piece about the lessons he’s learned developing software: 20/20: Top 20 Programming Lessons I’ve Learned in 20 Years.
Alik rambles on in This is How They will Hack Your Web Site – which gives some idea about the way your web application will be attacked.
Scott Hanselman writes static analysis with NDepend Exiting The Zone of Pain – Static Analysis with NDepend. Sweet tool.
Jeremy Miller has The Anti Team a hilarious look at practices that will destroy the team (BTW as of the time of posting the codebetter.com site was down). Ayende chimes in with a few more.
A blast from the past – Philip Seyfi tells about the efforts of two employees of Telenor, the largest Norwegian telecommunications company.
Perlov Konstantin presents Omega Mapping posted at ConceptDraw Lab, saying, “Recently I came across an interesting thinking technique that extends traditional mind mapping. The author has named it Omega Mapping and placed its detailed description in his blog. The only problem is that the description is in Russian I decided to post the briefly translated description of Omega mapping.”
Giveaway of the day dedicated to giving away a piece of software a day. Featured recently: FTP Synchronize, ConceptDraw MINDMAP 4 (I wished I’d known about it.) Gotta mention this one to Andrey of MyLifeOrganized fame.
Last of all from Online Education Database: Hacking Knowledge: 77 Ways to Learn Faster, Deeper, and Better
Goodbye Clippy – Gone to the great bit bucket
Finally a gentle reminder. This carnival is about software development (and the tools that make it easier to do). Submissions that aren’t relevant will be ignored.
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