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Huge Code Drop Coming!!!!!!!

Written November 11, 2007 at 04:48 MST Tagged .net 2.0, .net 3.0, agile, c sharp, programming and training

A lot of people will probably say it is about time!! I am taking the source code that just got driven out from this last week of Nothin But .Net and I am going to make it publicly available from my blog. I am hoping to release it by the end of the week. The reason that I can't release it yet, is that there are lots of concepts that I wanted to cover in class that I did not have time too, so I am going to spend a bit of time fleshing out the code base to include all of the concepts that were missed (by student request)

Keep in mind that Nothin But .Net is a course about fundamental software development practices with a bit of a .Net slant. Here are some of the things you will be able to see in the code base:

I am sure I am missing lots in the description above, but you get the general idea. The important thing to note, is that all of the code (except for the changes I am making this week) was driven out through the course of the one week bootcamp!!

I am going to spend a couple of days ensuring that it contains as much code as possible for an initial drop, with full end to end functionality in place.

Going forward, this code will serve as a good place for me to be able to demonstrate in a public arena, concepts that people email me and ask me questions about. This way, I won't have to spend as much time blogging, people can send me a question about something they are having problems with, I can implement the solution in the codebase and they can see how I attacked the problem from a test first perspective.

I envision this as being a very organic application. I am going to use it as a public tool to share whatever knowledge I have with as many people as possible.

When I post the code I will make sure I post a little about the application and why I feel that it will serve as a good tool to both teach and practice.