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bio website petermorlion.blogspot.com
location Bruges, Belgium
age 30
visits member for 2 years, 9 months
seen Apr 7 at 13:47

What's there to say? I love coding.

You can see my work on Twitter, my blog, Careers, LinkedIn, BitBucket and GitHub.


Mar
20
answered How to Console.WriteLine from [TestMethod]?
Jul
6
awarded  Yearling
Apr
9
comment Who owns code if project cancelled
@Philip, ok, good input. I stand corrected.
Apr
9
comment Who owns code if project cancelled
@Philip: true, but what about the right to use it, as I mention?
Apr
9
answered Who owns code if project cancelled
Apr
3
comment How safe & trustworthy are hosting sites such as sourceforge, github or bitbucket for closed-source projects?
+1 for mentioning the possibility of your own servers being less secure.
Feb
26
awarded  Constituent
Feb
19
awarded  Caucus
Feb
8
comment Best Practice For Usage of Shall and Must While Writing Requirements
Euh, not to be the party-pooper, but what are you winning when everyone uses the correct word in the correct situation?
Jan
24
awarded  Commentator
Jan
24
comment agile / scrum and functional specs
@BryanOakley: I understand I focused a lot on the Agile part. I was just trying to warn about documenting too much. If you do, I believe you're only doing Scrum/Agile in name, not in practice. Also, at the end of my answer, I do provide some tips on what you could do, but again, I add why it's sort of conflicting with Scrum. So yeah, not entirely helpful (that's why it's not the highest ranking answer), but I wouldn't say not useful.
Jan
24
comment agile / scrum and functional specs
@PeteKirkham: I've used VersionOne in a Scrum environment and we used what we needed/wanted, even though you could put way more in it. Again, I'd keep the documentation to what you need.
Jan
24
comment agile / scrum and functional specs
@Giorgio: agreed
Jan
24
answered agile / scrum and functional specs
Nov
6
awarded  Editor
Nov
6
revised Why don't we use browser detection and platform-specific CSS?
minor typo
Sep
10
answered Who are 'users' in testing?
Jul
6
awarded  Yearling
Feb
14
comment Getting attention for my open sourced project
Maybe start with the wiki, but make it clear what it is your library does, and how it should be used. Developers want to develop, and hate having to Google around on how to use a library (at least, in my experience). Hopefuly, you might even get other developers on board to submit code. Later on, you can make a full-fledged site.
Feb
14
answered Getting attention for my open sourced project