# Thursday, April 10, 2008

First, there was a few ideas rattling around in my head, then there was a blog post, and now you can buy the book. :-)

The most difficult challenges facing most of us these days are not about making code work.  That's relatively easy, compared to making code that you can work on and maintain with other people.  I've tried to bring together a bunch of issues and practical solutions for writing code with a team, including defining contracts, creating good tracing and error handling, and building a set of automatic tests that you can rely on.  In addition, there's a bunch in here about how to work with other developers using source control, continuous integration, etc. to make everyone's lives easier and more productive.
Friday, April 11, 2008 5:27:45 PM (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)
Sound like a great topic for a book. I'd like to speak with you right away about being on a collaboration tools panel for a meeting on May 6th of the Internet Professionals SIG of the Software Association of Oregon. There are probably easier ways to reach you than through your blog, but I couldn't reach anyone at your office and haven't tracked down an e-mail address yet! You can call the number on my web site, www.mikewills.com, or reach me by e-mail. Evening or weekend is fine, in fact preferred given my deadline. This could tie in to your book promotion.
Thanks, Mike
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