An interesting post about a tdd exercise at the conference. It’s a very precise way of listing the steps.
I love Hibernate. Yes I do. I like the abstraction layer Hibernate creates on top of the database so we deal with objects instead of ugly sql. I’ve used Hibernate quite a few times and I never had any issues with getting it up and running. Just pop the jar … Continue reading
My first project at ThoughtWorks was with a big medical systems provider. We had a big team of about 50 consultants distributed amongst multiple work streams. Each work stream had their own build and needless to say, it was an integration nightmare. There were about 2 or 3 levels of … Continue reading
One of the things with creating UI forms is that you tend to repeat yourself a lot because the forms have the same general look and feel but just differ on a button here or a textbox there. Thanks to my friend Mark who suggested I looked into creating user … Continue reading
I’ve been helping a friend with a .Net project as of late. Been running into a few puzzling differences not just in terms of technology, which of course, is expected, but also in terms of convention. In java, unit tests are a part of the project that you’re on, for … Continue reading