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Continuous Delivery: Code Coverage

This article is part of the Continuous Integration, Delivery and Deployment series. In the previous article we explored unit tests as the first and fastest set of tests we should run. ...
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It’s All About Tests – Part 3

In the previous two posts I discussed mostly about the philosophy and attitude of developing with testing. In this post I give some tips and tools examples for testing. Tools JUnit http://junit.org/ There’s ...
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Making Side Projects With New Technologies

(Captain Obvious mantle on) You are a software engineer and maybe you have a side project – something that you do at home in your spare time. If you don’t, go ahead and have one ...
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A Tech Lead Paradox: Delivering vs Learning

Agile Manifesto signatory Jim Highsmith talks about riding paradoxes in his approach to Adaptive Leadership. A leader will find themselves choosing between two solutions or two situations ...
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An introduction to REST

REST, or Representational State Transfer is an architectural style, or more simply, a set of constraints. We will look at the constraints REST imposes for web apps, but some highlights ...
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The Definition of a Tech Lead

There are many names for leadership roles in software development such as Senior Developer, Architect, Technical Lead, Team Lead, and Engineering Manager. These are just a few. To me, ...
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How do I still write code as a Tech Lead?

I have previously suggested that effective Tech Leads spend an ideal minimum of 30% of their time writing code. A common question I hear in the Tech Lead training course I run is:Where ...
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Use MySQL’s Strict Mode on all new Projects!

MySQL is a database that has been bending the SQL standard in ways that make it hard to move off MySQL. What may appear to be a clever technique for vendor lockin (or maybe just oversight ...
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Between 0 and 1 – PWM with Raspberry Pi

Switch on and off an LED and let run a motor at one speed and direction is easy, but what if I want to e.g. control the brightness of an LED or control motor-speed? A kind of analog ...
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Don’t Miss out on Awesome SQL Power with FIRST_VALUE(), LAST_VALUE(), LEAD(), and LAG()

If you’re using a commercial database or PostgreSQL / Firebird / CUBRID, you will be able to take advantage of the full power of window functions. We’ve blogged about window functions’ ...
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