On Google Webmaster Central we get a nice feature from Google about deceptive download sites. Google continues to fight for a safer internet. Netflix shows us some really good ways to analyze performance using flame graphs. At KD Nuggets, they give us the “pocket guide” to data science. Obviously, data science is a lot bigger… Read More Geek Reading April 13, 2016 #1083
Yesterday, I was helping a coworker understand part of an application I had worked on previously. When we had finished going through his issue, he asked whether he needed to write unit test. Obviously, I recommended that he write new unit tests and ensure the old unit tests did not break. He then asked me… Read More What Does Your Development Environment Look Like?
Timing is an interesting thing. This week, I was in some company sponsored training. The training was regarding Test Driven Development (TDD), Refactoring and Acceptance Tests using Fitnesse. If your company can afford it, I would highly recommend calling ObjectMentor and requesting this course taught by Robert Martin. The general idea is that programmers should… Read More How Much Testing Is Enough?
As a java developer, I write unit tests all the time. There are a lot of ways to do this, but sometimes unit testing becomes difficult. This could be because you need to test a Struts action or you do not want your unit tests to hit your database. So, the question is what tools… Read More Tools For Unit Testing Java Web Applications