Without a doubt we have all heard, that pair programming is a good idea for various reasons. Most often those who have had experiences with actually practicing it for a while recommend it fondly. The argument […]
In our work we often encounter AWS installations under various accounts. Using the web-based console is straightforward, but for repetitive tasks and more advanced interaction we often rely on Amazons CLI for AWS. (https://aws.amazon.com/cli/) […]
According to this blog entry on Heroku, Clojure becomes the third language officially supported on the Cedar stack, after Ruby and Node.js. They write: – “Clojure combines the expressiveness of Lisp, the agility of […]
There are loads of reasons for a tester to love DET. Here I present three reasons for a developer to love it.