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Right now, i'm very enthusiastic about test automation and writing understandable code.

Oct
29
answered Should jars that are only gonna be used in one project be deployed to Nexus server
Jun
13
awarded  Yearling
Jun
12
answered How can my team avoid frequent errors after refactoring?
Jun
3
comment Is it good to review programs with seniors and boss even if it is working fine?
If it's common that code that is "working fine" is ripped to pieces during code review to the extent that team members feel that lots of momentum is being lost, then you should perhaps consider pair programming, so the code gets reviewed while it is being written.
Jan
9
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
22
answered I want to adopt an agile methodology - in a company that has NO process at all?
Feb
19
awarded  Caucus
Dec
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
18
answered Should I listen to my employer and use CASE tools?
Sep
14
comment Simple vs Complex (but performance efficient) solution - which one to choose and when?
About your second point: I had a colleague who quite often stated that he preferred incorrect well structured and clean code before correct spaghetti.
Sep
13
answered How to add a new developer to the team
Sep
11
comment How to discriminate commented code and documentation comments
The harm inflicted by commented-out code that no one stumbles across is very limited. The commented-out code that you DO stumble across, you just delete. The biggest drawback of this strategy, as I see it, is that you don't know when you are done.
Aug
31
comment Python Coding standards vs. productivity
@Demian Brecht: I'm sure the fundamental point in this question isn't the coding standard as such, but the fact that cosmetic issues with the code gets higher priority, basically than anything else in a project that is late and of high importance.
Aug
30
comment How to avoid being an API programmer only?
So what kind of a programmer do you want to be? (I'm not trying to be sarcastic, this is an honest question. What kind of assignments do you believe would give you greater professional satisfaction?)
Aug
30
comment Python Coding standards vs. productivity
Although your witty remark feels accurate, it's not very constructive.
Aug
30
answered Python Coding standards vs. productivity
Aug
24
comment Story points for bug fixing tasks: Is it suitable for Scrum?
@Tungano: Exactly. That's why assigning points to bug fixes doesn't give a strong incentive to build buggy software.
Aug
24
comment Story points for bug fixing tasks: Is it suitable for Scrum?
The velocity (measured in story points per sprint) measures how much stuff the team can implement in a sprint. I'm sure every product owner keeps track of, and is much more interested in, how much business value the team produces. Business value doesn't get inflated from giving bug fixes story points.
Aug
23
awarded  Yearling
Aug
23
comment How to edit existing user stories
I agree with the second example (The one starting with "When I restart the application"). "Given" should describe preconditions, "When" should describe an action and "Then" should describe something to be verified. I have a really hard time coming up with a scenario that feels correctly written without the "When" part.