Agile

The Best Way On How To Get Your Team On Board

The Best Way On How To Get Your Team On Board

Unit Testing is a basic testing strategy which allows you to test small chunks of code, called units, at a time. These tests should be done periodically right from the beginning of the project. Unit ...

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7 Benefits of Unit Testing

7 Benefits of Unit Testing

We as developers hesitate to add unit testing to our work routine. Some refuse to do so because writing extra code adds more time and effort to an already busy day. What is often not ...

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Power up your build

Power up your build

As powershell keeps gaining popularity in the Microsoft world, it’s became a common task to define the build process in a PS scripts. One example for such use is in the new vNext scriptable build. ...

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The Art of Unit Testing

The Art of Unit Testing

As Roy Osherove wrote in his book, The Art of Unit Testing, “Unit testing isn’t a new concept in software development. It’s been floating around since the early days of the Smalltalk programming language in ...

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How to Master TDD and Become a Star Developer

How to Master TDD and Become a Star Developer

Test-driven development (TDD) is not something that happens “by accident”. Sure, at first the idea might seem simple enough (theory always is…) – but real-life implementation could take considerable time. TDD’s learning curve has very few ...

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Special Report: State of Testing 2013

PractiTest, in collaboration with Tea-time with Testers, published their First Annual STATE OF TESTING Report for 2013 (yep, it’s a first, but they did promise to publish another one next year). Over 600 testers from ...

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25 Top Quotes about Software Development, Agile, TDD, Unit Testing & Software Quality

For the past year @Typemock have tweeted a daily quote. Here are the top 25, which our Twitter followers liked the best! Follow us on Twitter for more quotes and other interesting programming stuff! @Typemock “Algorithmic ...

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Programming Families: How Kids are Like Software, and What the Government Could Learn From It

WNYC Radio profiles Bruce Feiler and his family. To deal with the stress of modern family life, they went agile. Inspired by agile software programming, Feiler introduces family practices which encourage flexibility, bottom-up idea flow, ...

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Icy Pyramids and Agile Ice Cream

Icy Pyramids and Agile Ice Cream

Coming back from Agile Testing Days 2013 (you can read my personal impressions here), I thought this would be a good opportunity to talk about cold, triangly-shaped things. Exhibit A is from Andrea Tomasini’s keynote ...

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Brief History Of Continuous Integration

Code Development Through the Ages For the last few years, continuous integration (CI) has become so much a part of my everyday life, I rarely think about how much of a jump it was to ...

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