Scrum: planning a Sprint

Scrum: planning a Sprint

The rule for planning a Sprint with Scrum effectively is having cristal clear the goals: they will guide the developers to the definition of the possible tasks and the best ways to realize them.In the last articles about Scrum i talked you about its efficiency as a framework for the implementation of the Agile methodology and about roles in a Scrum team. I've also explained that with Sprint we mean a variab...

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C# features

Since version 3.0 of C# some features that make writing classes and common methods simpler and concise have introduced. In this post we talk about automatic properties and object initializers. AUTOMATIC PROPERTIES The automatic properties (or auto-implemented properties) are nothing more than a compact syntax for writing the properties of a class. They allow you to write code ...

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Connect a Dataset instantiaded by code to a CrystalReport reporting tool

Hi all, In today’s post I want to introduce a simple method for attaching DataSet objects, instantiated in our code, to CrystalReport 2008 reporting tool. CrystalReport is a powerful tool that allows you to easily create reports on data processed in our .NET applications. The following steps are used to create the reports of a dataset created in our application: 1. First of all, add a new Form...

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LINQ: from xml to C# classes

I continue my post on LINQ and C# programming talking about the conversion from XML file to C# classes. Previously I’ve show how to serilize a C# class into XML file. Let me show you an example. Suppose we have an XML file that contains the list of Italian municipalities with their area code. We now want to load this file into a list of C# objects more convenient to use within our application. Define the file Municipalities...

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