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10 Hosted Continuous Integration Services for a Private Repository

Every project I’m working with starts with a setup of continuous integration pipeline. I’m a big fan of cloud services, that’s why I was always using travis-ci.org. ...
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Getting Started with Docker

If the numbers of articles, meetups, talk submissions at different conferences, tweets, and other indicators are taken into consideration, then seems like Docker is going to solve world ...
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The reuse dilemma

The first commandment that any young programmer learns is “Thou Shall Not Duplicate”. Thus instructed, whenever we see something that looks like it may be repeated code, we refactor. ...
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The Estimates Land mine – use and misuse of estimates

After posting my last post – Estimate or #NoEstimate that is the question? – I felt a little as if I’d stepped on a land-mine. That is to say I had a few comments and ...
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Continuous Integration is Dead

A few days ago, my article “Why Continuous Integration Doesn’t Work” was published at DevOps.com. Almost the same day I received a few strongly negative critiques on Twitter. Here ...
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Conceptual Model vs Graph Model

We’ve started running some sessions on graph modelling in London and during the first session it was pointed out that the process I’d described was very similar to that when modelling ...
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Diction in Software Development (i.e. Don’t be a d1ck!)

Over the years, I’ve come to realize how important diction is in software development (and life in general). It may mean the difference between a 15 minute meeting where everyone ...
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Stop Chatting, Start Coding

The first principle of eXtremely Distributed Software Development (XDSD) states that “everyone gets paid for verified deliverables”. This literally means that, in order ...
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Single Sign-On with the Delegated Access Control Pattern

Suppose a medium-scale enterprise has a limited number of RESTful APIs. Company employees are allowed to access these APIs via web applications while they’re behind the company firewall. ...
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Legacy Code To Testable Code #1: Renaming

This post is part of the “Legacy Code to Testable Code” series. In the series we’ll talk about making refactoring steps before writing tests for legacy code, and how they make ...
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