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Software (Typist, Developer, Architect, Scrum Master, Team Lead) and proud dad.


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comment How do you convince management to “invest” in unit tests?
@Jaap, at the time I was working in a (too) regulated environment, and I was looking for arguments to help evolve the rules in the "right" direction.
Feb
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comment How do you convince management to “invest” in unit tests?
Excellent suggestion! Thanks!
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comment How to test software that burns CDs without wasting CDs?
I agree this is a simple and good answer, but if WTP wants to take testing to another level, mocking the API (see other answers to this question) will unlock a whole dimension of testing possibilities (as in, automated).
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answered Are there any tools that allow you to track and manage test cases and test execution?
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revised What language should be used to teach object-oriented design and development in university?
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Oct
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answered How to include rookie developers into your project?
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answered What language should be used to teach object-oriented design and development in university?
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answered How do you keep track of your past projects?
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comment How to account for a bug fixing iteration?
+1. When you are at the beta-quality stage, you might also consider doing peer testing sessions.
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answered Combining getters and setters
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awarded  Enthusiast
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comment How do I succeed as a lead developer?
Would you mind sharing what you found useful about the book? Thanks!
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comment Are long hours and no benefits the norm for a junior programmer?
"you are not a failure for leaving a bad job". Indeed!
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comment Is there a name for the concept of a hierarchy of many short methods in a class
Commonly used... I don't think so. However I understood it the first time UncleBob used it (it has its roots in English classes from College, etc...).
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answered Is there a name for the concept of a hierarchy of many short methods in a class