"They won't be interested in looking at code. All they care about is the UI."
If you work professionally as a developer, I'm willing to...more.
How do you evaluate the health of your test suite?
Here are three common symptoms that indicate that your test suite is sick, dead, or...more.
There are many "do's and don'ts" when it comes to testing code. I would like to focus on one of the "don'ts" that comes up...more.
Coming from a Rails environment, one of the things I took for granted was a nice logging setup in which all logs were written to...more.
A few years ago, I was tasked with the migration of data across build, staging, and production environments. It was heavy with software...more.
"Abstract" is a commonly used word in software. I hear it a few times every day.
"Can we make an abstraction around this?" "Let's move...more.
I heard you got some bad news: your team lead is forcing you to pair on all stories. This sounds grim, but I have a...more.
One of the quickest ways to turn a well-factored Rails project into an old-fashioned legacy app is to use ActiveRecord
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Unit tests that fail intermittently, without exposing any production bugs, are the worst. Like the boy who cried wolf, they reduce our confidence that...more.
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