Why are you performing a task? Quite often it is because you’re at work and your job is to complete that task. If your task become to improve yourself and your abilities you’re doing deliberate practice. Your focus now is to gain or master a new skill. Take your time and focus on the process,…… Continue reading Deliberate practice
In this blog post we’re going to lay the basis for future posts about Xamarin Forms. We’ll explore briefly what’s Xamarin Forms and why it’s so powerful. Then we’ll talk about .NET Standard and we’ll understand why it’s a very big achievement for the .NET ecosystem. Xamarin Forms Xamarin Forms is an API to develop…… Continue reading Xamarin Forms & .NET Standard – Getting started
The installation of a private agent for VSTS is quick and simple. Let’s try it out!
In this post we’re going to explore how to get a full enterprise-grade development platform for free in 4 steps. Microsoft is offering for free the same environment that all of its sw engineers use every day to us. In this specific post we’ll see how to get started from zero and at the end…… Continue reading How to get started with Visual Studio Team Services
I’m sure we all hear about unit testing, test driven development and so on. These practices are useful and provide a long list of benefit like writing low-coupled and mantainable code to name a few. We want to write unit test for our UWP Prism application and we’d like, for example, to put our ViewModels…… Continue reading UWP Prism Unit Test
Count-first is the approach that Steve McConnell suggests in his Software Estimation book.