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Slides from presentation at MSDN Live talks in March 2011. …

Slides from presentation at MSDN Live talks in March 2011.

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"Utviklere elsker å finne opp hjulet på nytt. Noen ganger kan det være nødvendig, men er vi bevisste på konsekvensene det har når vi velger å rulle våre egne rammeverk? Det er på tide å ta et oppgjør med “not invented here”-kulturen, og lære mer om det store økosystemet av komponenter og rammeverk som er tilgjengelig på .NET-plattformen. Ruby-verdenen har hatt stor suksess med gems, og tilsvarende verktøy på .NET-plattformen gjør det nå enklere enn noensinne å bruke 3. parts-biblioteker i prosjektene våre."

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  • 1. «Not Invented Here»
  • 2. culture thatavoids using or buyingalready existing knowledge
  • 3. «When youre working on a really, really good team with great programmers, everybody elses code,frankly, is bug-infested garbage, and nobody else knows how to ship on time.» - Joel Spolsky
  • 4. “No customer shouldaccept that the teamhired (…) has spent timewriting for example agrid control.” Frans Bouma
  • 5. “If you’re writingADO.NET code by hand,you’re stealing fromyour employer or client.” Jeremy D. Miller
  • 6. What is yourCompetitive advantage?
  • 7. Business valueThe features that make yourusers more productive withyour system than without it.
  • 8. InfrastructureThe fundamental structuresvaluable featuresare built on top of.
  • 9. Example: The cost ofrolling your own ORM
  • 10. Challenge: Managing all your(new) dependencies.
  • 11. Web Platform Installer (+MSDeploy+WebDeploy)
  • 12. In summary…
  • 13. Will building it yourself give you a competitive advantage? Yes No Pick one of the dozen frameworks out there andConsider doing it in-house. get on with the important stuff!
  • 14. Thank you for the attention!

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