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Test Attribute #9 – Deterministic

I keep hammering on trust and how it’s crucial that we trust our tests. If a test is deterministic, it raises the level of our trust.  If it isn’t, we may question its result, ...
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Webinar : Enabling a More Natural Future For Your Application User Interfaces

Intel launches this year again the developer challenge around perceptual computing, in which developers from around the world can participate and skim prizes worth a total of almost ...
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Try optimising the memory consumption first

Overview You would think that if you wanted your application to go faster you would start with the CPU profiling.  However, when looking for quick wins, it’s the memory profiler ...
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Books That Have Most Influenced My Software Development Career

I have read numerous books on software development and have learned valuable things from most of them, but a small subset of these books has significantly influenced me and how I develop ...
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Strategies to migrate from an DAO library

In this post I will discuss several strategies to handle the following situation: You’re working on a legacy project that uses a company library with DBOs and DAOs for accessing ...
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SQL Tip of the Day: Be Wary of SELECT COUNT(*)

Recently, I’ve encountered this sort of query all over the place at a customer site:                     DECLARE v_var NUMBER(10); BEGIN ...
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Are You Using SQL PIVOT Yet? You Should!

Every once in a while, we run into these rare SQL issues where we’d like to do something that seems out of the ordinary. One of these things is pivoting rows to columns. A recent ...
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INTEL Perceptual Computing – RealSense Challenge 2014

           Perceptual Computing technology is redefining the boundaries between human and computer interaction. Intel invites you to claim your share ...
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What DSLs are not for

Domain specific languages are special programming languages. Each fits some special “domain” and makes the business code simpler. Using a DSL the business level problem can be implemented ...
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Feature Toggles are one of the worst kinds of Technical Debt

Feature flags or config flags aka feature toggles aka flippers are an important part of Devops practices like dark launching (releasing features immediately and incrementally), A/B ...
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