6 Skills Developers Should Build to Unstuck their Career

6 Skills Developers Should Build to Unstuck their Career

It’s easy to get bored writing code day after day. This is especially true when you aren’t building a new application from scratch but rather are coding bug fixes and minor enhancements. It’s up to ...

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The Java Experience with Incompetent Coworkers

The Java Experience with Incompetent Coworkers

Typemock Comic Developer Hell 2.0 and the Java Experience After all these unproductive meetings, Mel meets up with his boss who introduces him to the competent staffing manager. That guy apparently hadn’t had his cup ...

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Interview with Doug Thompson

Interview with Doug Thompson

This week, we are back with Doug Thompson in our interview series. Some may remember him from a prior interview where he shared his opinion about TDD, Typemock, and good and bad unit tests. This time, ...

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Season’s Greetings and Best-of Posts from December

Season’s Greetings and Best-of Posts from December

Dear Readers, The Typemock team would like to wish you happy holidays and a wonderful year. May the new year be filled with lots of great moments, awesome code and successful unit tests. While tuning into the ...

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Legacy Code: What It Is and 5 Tips for Handling It

Legacy Code: What It Is and 5 Tips for Handling It

No doubt you’ve heard of legacy code.  Whether you have an exact definition for it or not, you’ve probably heard the term tossed around a bit.  In fact, you may have tossed it around yourself. ...

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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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