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Software Development and Testing

Atlanta Code Camp 2013

This past weekend, over 400 developers, testers and others involved in software development got together on the campus of SPSU at the Atlanta Code Camp for a day of training and networking. Code Camps are community events, volunteer-organized and staffed, with sessions presented for free by local (or not-quite-local) individuals. This was my third year […]

Why not sleep?

In my last post, about test automation, I wrote about using sleep : “Bad, bad, bad. Don’t do this.” But why not? Well, the way I was doing it there — until d.exists? — really wasn’t that horrible. What you really want to stay away from, and what I’ve seen people start out with, is […]

TDD is a Habit

Up-front admission: I am not “a software developer.” I dabble in software development. I work with software developers; I test and support their code and, though I write some code (and some of that has even shipped to customers as part of various products) I am not ‘officially’ a developer. I don’t even play one […]

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