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Testing is a developer job

Maybe you have heard about the various discussions about Test-Driven Development (TDD). Is it worth it? Does it lead to good design? … In this blog post I will not speak about this kind of practice, just “classical” tests. 759 more words

Software Craftsmanship

A List of Books That Every Sitecore Developer Should Read

Not sure if you know — those who follow me on Twitter definitely know — but I am very passionate around improving my craft. I typically do so through reading whatever I can get my hands on — this includes blog posts, tweets, threads on the… 659 more words

Sitecore

NCrafts 2015 - EventStorming Workshop

Earlier this year, in may, I attended a 2 days conference about software craftsmanship in Paris: NCrafts. I also been able to attend a one day workshop about… 1,248 more words

Software Craftsmanship

Code Reviews

“Code reviews are the worst! All the code I have to review is terrible, and people always take offense when I point out problems. And being reviewed is even worse – people always think they know better than I, can you believe it? 407 more words

Development

NCrafts 2015

This week I had the chance to attend the second edition of the NCrafts conference. This conference takes place in Paris and had a lot of awesome speakers from all over Europe. 605 more words

Software Craftsmanship

Extreme Programming: Test Driven Development

As professional developers our role is to produce high quality software for our clients. To achieve this goal we must make sure that our application meets the requirements defined by the business analysts and works as expected, without side effects. 692 more words

Development Practices

CraftConf 2015 - Mind Successfully Blown...

So, I’m just heading back home after an awesome few days in Budapest, where I was attending the second edition of Craft Conference. I didn’t realise the conference was happening last year, but when my twitter stream was flooded was interesting looking… 1,700 more words

Conferences