Interview with Stephen Price

Interview with Stephen Price

Welcome back to our second interview. Last time we caught up with Uncle Bob and learned what’s important to him when it comes up to coding. This time, we caught up with Stephen Price and wanted ...

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Unproductive Meetings in an Agile World

Unproductive Meetings in an Agile World

Typemock Comic Developer Hell 2.0 and Productivity in an Agile World Last time Mel figured out that many answers can’t be googled, but decisions are still our job and google can’t help us that much. This week ...

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Convincing Management of the Value of Unit Testing

Convincing Management of the Value of Unit Testing

Here’s a scenario I’ve seen play out over and over again in development shops. It has to do with different opinions on the relative value of unit testing. You have a stable and well-established team, ...

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Interview with Uncle Bob

Interview with Uncle Bob

The clean coder “Uncle Bob” aka Robert C. Martin reflects on his career, the way he works and what advice he would give to his younger self if he were to start his career again. Tell ...

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How the Israeli Mossad Deals with Legacy Code and Other Lessons from DevOpsDays

How the Israeli Mossad Deals with Legacy Code and Other Lessons from DevOpsDays

Recently we visited the DevOpsDays conference in Tel Aviv, and thought to summarize our impressions from that day. The conference is a worldwide series of technical conferences covering topics of software development, IT infrastructure operations, and ...

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Typemock Comic Developer Hell 2.0 – Decisions Can’t be Googled

Typemock Comic Developer Hell 2.0 – Decisions Can’t be Googled

There we go again, another frustrating week for Mel – the only survivor of the software company. His boss doesn’t seem to get anything… while he is busy not working…. Does this sound familiar to ...

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Typemock Comic: Developer Hell 2.0

Typemock Comic: Developer Hell 2.0

We are back with our comic series. Maybe you remember Mel?  He is the only remaining survivor, everyone else got fired from the company. Inefficiency has it’s price, so let’s find out if more heads ...

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5 DevOps Horror Stories That Will Scare Your Pants Off

5 DevOps Horror Stories That Will Scare Your Pants Off

As the month winds down to a close, tricks and treats are in the air. AI and Machine Learning have undoubtedly grown by leaps and bounds within the past few years, but with such advances ...

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Why Do Programmers Fail to Write Good Unit Tests?

Why Do Programmers Fail to Write Good Unit Tests?

We programmers are full of opinions when it comes to unit testing. We don’t always agree about the importance of unit testing or what role it should play. There is also a lot of debate ...

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Interview: Doug Thompson on Unit Testing Practices

Interview: Doug Thompson on Unit Testing Practices

We recently caught up with Doug Thompson to talk about unit testing, Typemock, TDD and Steven Sanderson’s blog post on the differences between good and bad unit tests.   There is a known notion that sometimes ...

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