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Code Quality stage using Jenkins

In Continuous Delivery each build is potentially shippable. This fact implies among a lot of other things, to assign a none snapshot version to your components as fast as possible so ...
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Common pitfalls in benchmarking

Every once in awhile each and every one of us is trying to measure performance of certain parts of the code. It can be either a fully functional application measured against specific ...
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Easy Mocking of Your Database

Test-driven development is something wonderful! Once you’ve established it in your organisation, you will start to:Greatly improve your quality (things break less often) Greatly ...
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The Stigma of Tech Certifications (and their real value)

Every so often I will receive a résumé from a software engineer that includes a list of technical certifications. These days most candidates tend to have none listed, but over the ...
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A Bug is a Terrible Thing to Waste

Some development teams, especially Agile teams, don’t bother tracking bugs. Instead of using a bug tracking system, when testers find a bug, they talk to the developer and get it ...
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Bumping Into Manager Rules

You might have met a manager on a bad manager day. Equally as frustrating is when you work for a manager who has rules about problem solving. I once worked for a manager who proudly ...
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How To Remove Friction From Your Version Control Experience

Last week, I spend several days fixing a bug that only surfaced in a distributed environment.I felt pressure to fix it quickly, because our continuous integration build was red, and ...
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Java is dead (again)

Here is a couple of responses to this annual question I thought worth sharing: The Day Java lost the Battle There is a common myth amongst technologists that better technology will ...
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CPU Cache Flushing Fallacy

Even from highly experienced technologists I often hear talk about how certain operations cause a CPU cache to ‘flush’. This seems to be illustrating a very common fallacy ...
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The Reality of Developer’s Life

In this post I am going to try to illustrate in a funny way the reality of developer’s life. This post is a translation of another post written in Spanish. When you upload something ...
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