Inspired by Kat Tornwall’s talk about integration tests with Elixir and Phoenix I did some clean up in my integration tests of my current Elixir project. Look how much more readable they are now.
Pretty well done explanation of DDD
We, as software developers, will face more and more regulatory demands. Business, government, laws will tell us how to do our work.
Today when updating my ruby to 2.2.5 I faced some troubles with updating my bundle. The error was
What are the secrets to constructing a great agile architecture for your systems?
In his course on the topic, the globally know agile expert, Robert C Martin AKA “Uncle Bob” explains the contents of his course on this, and how it will benefit your team.
He teaches this course in Copenhagen: see the full description here: ative.dk/kalender/robert-c-martin/agile-architecture-and-design.aspx
See his other courses and schedule here: ative.dk/kalender/robert-c-martin.aspx
Uncle Bob on How to Build a Great Software Development Team
At least in the OpenSource world, where not every contributor can be a 100% professional, I see no argument –and no way– that we can leave the path of TDD.
Just published an example of a test-driven coffeescript-application. Using Jasmine and HTML5-Canvas.
coffeemine is a template to start with your Jasmine-driven Coffeescript application.
This talk engaged me to think about how to talk and think about testing.
A #TDD example of an Objective-C command line application.
Moving the test too or leave them where they are. I have concerns with both. See this post how I solved my dilemma.
If you interpret markdown within your web-application and you’re using jQuery and coffeescript, you may use this Coffeescript to automatically generate a clickable index for the (markdown) page.
Obsessed by TTD and Clean Coding. This week I received my Green Band from Uncle Bob ;)
TDD I love to start a week with 100% specs passed. So, Tuesday is the bad day of the week.
I just switched the capybara-driver from
webkit in my Rails 3.2.2 application / WAT