How do you know something works? You measure it. If you cannot measure it, you do not know if it’s working or not. But how do you measure something? Sometimes it is plain for… Read More »When A Number Becomes Important
Success is a collection of failures you recovered from During my career in software development I had many interviews – both as a candidate and an interviewer. Interviews are interesting as they are a checkpoint where… Read More »My Three Big Interview Failures
We were ready After few weeks of hard work, we were finally ready. New feature was developed and tested, database was already changed to accommodate new data. Now it was a matter of just typing… Read More »Keep Calm And Deploy To Production
“This is not supposed to happen” “My VPN is not working” Not something you want to hear when you work late. It was 30 minutes past midnight. Our night deployment was not starting well. I… Read More »My Big Fat Night Deployment
A week ago there was a discussion on one of the Dev channels I follow on Facebook about Test-Driven Development (TDD). I am a bit afraid of these as they frequently become “Someone is wrong on… Read More »Who is testing your unit tests?
Test Driven Development (aka TDD) and its variations are a set of practices I respect and use a lot. The process of doing it fits well in the way I code and, over the years, changed… Read More »Is Writing Test First Worth It?
I love going to conferences. You get to meet a lot of people and learn about the latest cool stuff that is happening. I always leave conferences charged with new ideas, enthusiastic to learn, keen… Read More »JPrime conference