We all know that rubber duck is programmer's best friend (it was also proven that such duck should be yellow for maximum effect). Not surprisingly I have also a yellow toy on my desk. But it is not a duck. It is a little yellow human-like figure.
Few days ago I learned a very simple, yet powerful trick which saved me some time. To make long story short, it happened on a test environment shared between few projects.
I've been reading "Thinking in Systems" by Donella H. Meadows recently. A good book, definitely worth my time (and yours probably as well). Among many interesting things I have found three, which draw my attention, because of some IT/programming connotations.
It has been few weeks since I stared my new project. I think I'm ready for some wrap up.
This post is a continuation of what was described in part 1.
Recently I had a chance to start from a scratch. A brand new internal project. Oh yeah! :)
Na codzień pracuję jako developer Javy i team lead. Piszę sporo kodu. Prowadzenie szkoleń to tylko dodatkowe zajęcie. W czasie szkoleń przedstawiam te techniki i narzędzia, które sam wypróbowałem.
Ukończyłem również kurs trenerski, i wciąż doskonale swój warsztat szkoleniowy.
Jeżeli zależy Ci na jakości software produkowanego przez Twój zespół, to z chęcią zaproponuję szkolenia, które pomogą developerom wspiąć się na wyższy pułap umiejętności.
Recently I've spent some time browsing the Net and learned about some new stuff ("new" meaning "new to me") that I would like to share with you. Let us have a look at HavaRunner, some nice TestNG reports, and TDD Katas.