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PODCAST EPISODE 11: Dominik Hauser - Author of TDD in Swift & SwiftAndPainless.com

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Dominik Hauser is an iOS Developer at Energy App Provider in Germany. He has multiple independently published apps in the app store. He’s the author of Test Driven iOS Development in Swift, and he blogs at SwiftAndPainless.com. 83 more words


Empty results generated in Code Coverage.

Code coverage is used to check how much of your code is covered by unit test. When you run “Analyze Code Coverage for All Tests” from Test Explorer of your visual studio, it will first build your solution, then run all the associated tests and then show the code coverage in “Code Coverage Results” window. 243 more words

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#Javaland 2016 conference day 1

This year I have decided to give the Javaland conference a try. I’m not a java professional, but in the program was listed a lot of interesting testing presentations, so my company booked for me. 777 more words


Best practices for obtaining GCOV code coverage for C/C++ application

Every now and then at work I come across the need to instrument a new project with code coverage and as it happens I end up struggling to recollect how I did it. 1,632 more words


Continuous Integration with Jenkins for a Multi-Developer Python Project Using a Local Git Server


Two Python developers working on same project with Git for version control and Jenkins for continuous integration.