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Cheating on the N Queens benchmark

Many Solver distributions include an N Queens example, in which n queens need to be placed on a n*n sized chessboard, with no attack opportunities. So when you’re looking for the ...
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Test coverage using testing tools and methods

Overview: To define “Test coverage” we have to talk about the topics stated below:The purpose of test coverage. Different types of test coverage standards. Test coverage metrics Unit ...
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The Low Quality of Scientific Code

Recently I’ve been trying to get a bit into music theory, machine learning, computational linguistics, so I ended up looking at libraries and tools written by the scientific community ...
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Lawyers and Developers, not so different

Really I have been developing software professionally since 1978. I went to law school (BU Law ’91). I think that computer programming technology and the law are really, really ...
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Oracle v. Google, My Sweet Lord

He’s not So Fine I wrote about how to mitigate the disaster that is the appeal courts’s decision in Oracle v. Google. Today, I’m going to cover a few more topics. Sometimes, ...
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How to import CSV data into PostgreSQL

Introduction Many database servers support CSV data transfers and this post will show one way you can import CSV files to PostgreSQL. SQL aggregation rocks! My previous post demonstrated ...
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Micro Services the easy way with Fabric8

Micro Services have received a lot of discussion of late. While its easy to argue the exact meaning of the term; its hard to deny there’s a clear movement in the Java ecosystem ...
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Tracking Exceptions – Part 6 – Building an Executable Jar

If you’ve read the previous five blogs in this series, you’ll know that I’ve been building a Spring application that runs periodically to check a whole bunch of error logs for ...
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See, always told you: testing is just a waste of time

Automated testing has become something people don’t speak about any more. It matured to being a standard in software development, everyone is and should be practicing. No more ...
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Test Driven Discipline

As the ”Is TDD Dead or Alive” continues, it is interesting to see the different kind of discussions. Here’s an example: The new default answer to TDD critics: How Would You Know? — ...
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