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[10 Sep 2010 | Comments Off | ]

I had the chance to see Kevin Henley in action at the Jazoon conference last June. The video of this presentation is now available and you can enjoy his lively presentation style.

* Download presentation slides
* Visit 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know web site
* Read my review of this Jazoon session.

[13 Aug 2009 | Comments Off | ]

I am glad to celebrate that there are now more than 1000 software development related videos and tutorials categorized on SoftDevTube.com. It is also the time to thank all the conferences and independent producers that allow us to offer this knowledge to the software development community.

[24 Feb 2009 | Comments Off | ]

Java-TV.com is a directory of videos, interviews and tutorials focused on software development activities with the Java programming language.

[20 Jan 2009 | Comments Off | ]

SoftDevTube.com is a repository of videos, interviews and tutorials focused on all software development activities: Coding (Java, .NET, ruby, python, C/C++, C#)  Agile Methodologies (eXtreme Programming, Scrum, TDD), Software Testing, Software Configuration Management, Database Management, Rich Interface Application (Ajax, Flex, Silverlight, JavaFx), Software Project Planning and Management, Software Architecture, etc.
Some of the recent interesting additions:
Distributed SCRUM as a Supplier – one year after

Taming the Beast: How to test an AJAX Application

Your Car Passed Inspection, But What About Your Software?

[15 Aug 2008 | Comments Off | ]

In software engineering, aspects are concerns that cut across multiple modules. They can lead to the common problems of concern tangling and scattering: concern tangling is where software concerns are not represented independently of each other; concern scattering is where a software concern is represented in multiple remote places in a software artifact. Although aspect-oriented programming is relatively well understood, aspect-oriented modeling (i.e., the representation of aspects during requirements engineering, architecture, design) is still rather immature.