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Link Round-Up for 10/18/07

October 18th, 2007

I’ve been a bit busy this week so I haven’t got as many links this time around.

Careers

I did run across a few good career related links though, such as this one on Tech Republic: Write a resume that will land you a programming job. It has some very detailed tips on how to write a resume that will get you an interview.

Also, on the career front, there was this good article by Rob Walling called Q & A on Leaving Management for Development. It’s a follow-up on an earlier article he had written on this topic but it has good info all on its own. Also check out the rest of his site for more good stuff.

Architecture and Methods

I found this article, How To Tell If You’re Doing Agile Right, by Ryan Cooper. I think he does a good job of making the business case for Agile development although I’m not sure if that’s what he intended to do.

Niclas Nilsson wrote this piece on Top Ten Software Architecture Mistakes that’s pretty good. Actually he’s just condensing what Eoin Woods had said in this longer, 2 part, article, Avoiding the Icebergs.

Programming

Saptarshi Purkayastha applies a little Eastern philosophy in this article, Programming Lesson: You Are The Bug…. He’s working on some follow-up articles with the same kind of theme so check back with him later as well.

That’s all the links for this week. As always, let me know of any interesting .NET or general software development links by leaving me a comment or dropping me an email.

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