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This is part two of my Retrospectives series. Set the Stage Gather Information/Generate Insight(the current blog post) Take Action Gather Information This is possibly the most diverse step in the retrospective. There're so many different ways to gather information....read more
I have published a number of blog posts about TDD. I have written about the pros and cons. I have written step-by-step walkthroughs to solve problems. In writing these posts, I realized that there is an important part of using TDD that is easy to overlook. It feels...read more
In computer programming, the term SOLID is a mnemonic acronym for five design principles intended to make software designs more understandable, flexible and maintainable (thanks Wikipedia) – but what does that actually mean? Here’s the breakdown: (S)ingle...read more
Computers are confusing. Sure, using a computer for basic needs feels easy to many of us (especially those of us who have grown up using computers), but understanding how they actually work is a different beast entirely. This is even more true for those of us who call...read more
Retrospective comes from the latin word 'Retrospectare', which means to look back. In the software development world, retrospective refers to a team meeting together at regular intervals to reflect on past work, usually just a week or two. I'm a deep believer in you...read more
Hello and welcome to my TDD Walkthrough! Today’s exercise is Encryption, taken from hackerrank.com at the following URL: https://www.hackerrank.com/challenges/encryption/problem The following presentation will walk you through the whole exercise, covering the cases...read more
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