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Sunday nugget 002: There is no such thing as a ‘BDD test’

Using JBehave or Cucumber (or whatever) does not make a test a ‘BDD test’. There is no such thing as a BDD test. BDD is a way of developing, just like TDD (albeit typically at a more abstract level). Frameworks … Continue reading

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Sunday nugget (or facepalm) 001: Jenkins != Continuous Integration

This shouldn’t need to be said, but it does. Unless you integrate your code continuously (i.e. at the very least every day), then you are not doing Continuous Integration – regardless of whether you have a Jenkins/Hudson build run on … Continue reading

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Agile is for losers…

…real men embrace agility. The development world seems to be full of ‘Agile’ pretenders. If you were to object to my saying that ” there is no such thing as ‘Agile’ ” then I’m sorry to say that there’s a … Continue reading

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Java lacks multiple inheritance of implementation because it’s not necessary?

Java itself isn’t ‘necessary’. But it is useful. Is multiple inheritance (of implementation) dangerous? Well, even a spoon can be dangerous in the hands of a moron. How about “Because there is a better way without multiple inheritance.” – spoken absolutely? … Continue reading

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