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TDD, le piège à éviter - Arpinum

TDD, le piège à éviter - Arpinum | Software Craftmanship | Scoop.it
comprendre comment les écrire.
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Agile : Capsules sur les essais unitaires

Que sont les essais unitaires? La première capsule "Les niveaux d'essais" (5 minutes) situe les essais unitaires par rapport aux deux autres grands niveaux d'essais que sont les essais d'intégration et d'acceptation.
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Book review: Tame, Messy and Wicked Risk Leadership

Book review: Tame, Messy and Wicked Risk Leadership | Software Craftmanship | Scoop.it
What do your risks look like?
Things are always going wrong. No matter how hard we try to keep everything under control, something will always happen to mess up our hard work.

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Estimation Software - Important For Software Development | PRLog

Estimation Software - Important For Software Development | PRLog | Software Craftmanship | Scoop.it
Estimation Software - Important For Software Development. Estimation Software is a tool that helps finding approximate resources for software development. - PR11932436.
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Requirements Traceability in Agile Software Development

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Requirements Traceability in Agile Software Development. One of the grim proving grounds for the would-be agile business analyst (henceforth "WBABA") is the "traceability conversation." Eventually, you will have to have one ...
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Chaos, Order, and Software Development « Invisible Blocks

Chaos, Order, and Software Development « Invisible Blocks | Software Craftmanship | Scoop.it
Zach Dennis gave a very interesting, but not terribly well-received talk at RailsConf 2012, called “Sand Piles and Software.” (It's on the schedule on Tuesday in Salon J, if you want to check it out.) Here are the slides (which are ...
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Sloppy code: Why it's not (always) the developer's fault | TechRepublic

Sloppy code: Why it's not (always) the developer's fault | TechRepublic | Software Craftmanship | Scoop.it
The reality of software development is that commercial pressures will often drive suppliers to favour rapid delivery above other considerations, according to Michael Azoff, principal analyst for software and IT solutions at Ovum.
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Sharpen the Saw for Developers - Scott Hanselman

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Scott Hanselman on Programming, User Experience, The Zen of Computers and Life in General...
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Perspectives on Rightshifting

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Perspectives on Rightshifting [Draft - will there be more updates?] Index As this is a long post, here’s an index to each slide / dimension in the post: Background Introduction Dimension: The...
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Video: What Stops A Good Programmer Becoming A Good Tester - Quality Assurance and Project Management

Hi Guys, This is basically the video version of my long back posted article here on IT Knowledge Exchange website.

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