“BDD In Action” is a book that aims to cover the full spectrum of BDD practices from requirements through to the development of production code backed by executable specifications and automated tests.
The auto complete cache in Outlook remembers all of the addresses that you have emailed and auto completes them when you enter an email address into the To: (or CC: or BCC:) field in Outlook. There are numerous fixes around on the web, but this one sorted the issue for me today on a stubborn Windows 7 machine with Outlook 2010 installed (with Google App Sync).
- Close Outlook and go to %localappdata%\Microsoft\Outlook\ and rename RoamCache to old_RoamCache
- Restart Outlook using the command line switch /cleanautocompletecache (“C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\Outlook.exe” /cleanautocompletecache). This will rebuild the autocomplete cache.
These steps are based on an article at Spiceworks here: http://community.spiceworks.com/how_to/show/16443-repair-autocomplete-cache-in-outlook-2010. The second step was missing in the official Microsoft article.
Craig, Renee and Tony talk about Fed… no, Ship It! days, recent changes to Yammer and LinkedIn and the 10 agile bloggers you should know about. We also review Tony’s recent excursion to BA World and Renee’s journey to KLRAT and ponder just why Tony has such an obsession with pants…
- To Deliver Innovation Don’t FedEx It, ShipIt!
- Yammer sells to Microsoft
- LinkedIn blocks Twitter cross posts
- 10 Agile Bloggers You Should Know About But Don’t (Agile Bench)
- Achievements (Renee’s article on Agile Scout)
- BA World
- KLRAT (Kanban Leadership Retreat Austria)
- Renee’s recap of KLRAT
- Hakan Forss’ recap of KLRAT and summary of whether the practices are in the right order
- David J. Anderson’s new book – Lessons in Agile Management
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