Christophe Deniaud

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I have discovered Agile-Alchemist game few months ago and we have tried it during a Scrum User Group session last year on Bordeaux.
Since, I'm convinced in the use of game in teaching way.
I personally use the core of deck to manage my own retrospective whereas I use Xmas extension to introduce retrospective to new agile people.

Regards,
Chris
Hi Jeff and Tim,

Do you know the Agile-Alchemist game?
It composed of a deck card as your one but introduce agile practices (in particular retrospective) as a game.
How is your deck different?

Best regards,
Chris
It's true, there isn't any Sun certification in french. Nevertheless, it seems easier to learn in mother tongue.
In a second step, I'll have to read things in english for exam, but it's always a proof for me to pass an exam in English.
Regards,
Chris
Hi Mark and Humphrey,

The table of content seems very interesting, but I’m French and I’m not sure to have a good enough English to read an understand such a book.
I see that the publisher is "Prentice Hall". Is there any plan to translate it in other languages such French ?

Thanks,
Chris
Hi Janet,

I've send a email to the publisher.
For the moment, I will have to read english version for my personal knowledge.

Thanks,
Chris.
Hi Lisa, Hi Janet,

Thanks for answer.
I’ll read "Agile Testing" because table of contents seems realy interesting, but I don’t think to have a good enough English level to translate it.

Thanks,
Chris
Hi Lisa, Hi Janet,

I’m trying to introduce such practices in my team.
So, I’m looking for a book like your’s to be a reference for all the team. But to be such a reference, I have to find a french translation. Is there one of your book or is it planed to produce it?

Thanks,
Chris
Thanks for your answers.
For the moment, my aim is not to cover all J2EE.
It’s just to discover it as quickly as possible (and to discover how to make it works with a well known plateform) to get an idea on what I can do with it, to later have the pleasure to go in deep with J2EE.

Chris.
12 years ago
Hi,

I'm currently developing in J2SE, and I'd like to learn bases of J2EE.
Is "JBOSS in Action" the good book to begin?

Thanks,
Chris
12 years ago
You can have a look here :
http://www.netbeans.org/kb/docs/ide/mysql.html

You will find a lot of tutorials here : http://www.netbeans.org/kb

Chris
Source Level is setup in � Project � panel with right click on highest level of your project + �Properties > Sources > Source/Binary Format�.
You have to setup a java platform too: �Properties > Libraries > Java Platform�.

Chris
Hello,

I�m perhaps wrong but I think that with groovy, you can use scripts which are not directly compiled in code (as with any script language).
This allows you to adapt parts of your program�s feature without needing any development tool.

Chris
13 years ago
In "project -> Properties -> Run", you can define multiple configurations.
So, you can create a config for a specific file.

Chris
You can try NetBeans. It has an UML designer plug-in.

Chris.