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Cucumber, et al, do have a role, me thinks

While there may be issues with how acceptance testing/behavior driven development tools like Cucumber have developed and been used, I continue to find them very useful, especially in circumstances where it’s important to decouple the tests from the design of the solution. Continue reading

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Why learn & understand when you can search?

A recently and widely (in my nerd circles) shared XKCD comic featured ineffective sorting techniques. The alt text (what you get when you hover over the comic) proposed an additional sort: StackSort connects to StackOverflow, searches for 'sort a list', … Continue reading

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