With another exam on the horizon, I'm taking the chance to revisit an old project and in the process learn as much as possible by doing as preparation.
It's been a while, let's talk about what has been occurring at Antelle during our second redesign and the hiatus that has come with it.
As Karl Wiegers said in 2002 and Jeff Atwood echoed 11 years ago in 2006, peer reviews are 'one of the most powerful software quality tools available' and 'are the single biggest thing you can do to improve your code'.
A few weeks ago I had the genuine pleasure of working with an aspiring developer who joined us for a week of work experience as part of his preparation for his University travels and to help build his experience with the Umbraco CMS and the C# Language.
Since the last blog post there has been some nice progress on where I feel I am, with several Umbraco Projects close to completion I've been left to do more revising and more in-depth learning with C# in preparation for taking on the Microsoft C# Exam for a rematch.
Lessons from learning to use Web API as part of a website
Anyway, I took part in my first demonstration to a client of a product, the product in this case being the close to finished version of the Umbraco website I mentioned in my last blog post.
Bugs, bugs everywhere.