4 Common .NET Debugging Mistakes You Should Really Stop Making

4 Common .NET Debugging Mistakes You Should Really Stop Making

Michael Parshin (Senior Consultant at Code Value) wrote an insightful article, in which he lists 4 debugging mistakes .NET devs tend to make over and over again. We took the liberty to quote the full ...

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Code Quality is the Responsibility of C-level Execs; Not Just the Developer’s!

Dear developer, Are you pressured to write amazing code in zero time with no bugs? Does it feel like a “set to fail” situation with every new action item? Rest assured it’s the same in every ...

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You Shouldn’t Unit Test (But You Have To)

  Stephen Anderson (@decoderwheel) paraphrases Winston Churchill’s quote about democracy in his unit testing blog post: Unit testing is the worst form of software QA, except for all those other forms that have been tried from ...

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Rise and Fall of Programming Languages – 2013 Summary

** New Typemock Isolator is out! Click here to take it for a (unit)-test-drive! ** Andrew Binstock – @dr_dobbs Editor-in-Chief – took an in-depth look at language popularity during 2013. According to him, some interesting shifts ...

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Bug-ger Off! Cost of Debugging: $312 Billion

Bug-ger Off! Cost of Debugging: $312 Billion

This is old news! Numerous articles have been written and countless research papers have studied the impact of software bugs on the corporate bottom-line, as well as on the overall economy. You can read all ...

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Programming vs. Software Development

** Download your FREE CHAPTER from Roy Osherove ground-breaking book: The Art of Unit Testing ** A software developer, who goes by V., addresses this dicey topic on @codeproject:  The following is an explanation of ...

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Building Better Acceptance Tests: A Look at the Test-driven Spaceship

James A. Denman from TechTarget interviewed Gil Zilberfeld on his TDD workshop: “Interactive TDD – Building a Spaceship“.  Here’s the intro:  “While the average developer might think acceptance tests only measure quality, better acceptance tests ...

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Programmers are People Too! (I Know! I Dated A Lot of Them!)

Being a marketing manager for over a decade now, I’ve grown accustomed to having programmers look at me as if I were an alien.  Smooth-talking, suit-wearing, BS-spreading, shamelessly-self-promoting, ego-crazy… I’ve noticed that most developers have ...

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10 Rules of a Zen Programmer

** New Typemock Isolator is out now! Start your FREE TRIAL now ** According to this blog by @grobmeier, the old Zen masters already knew hundreds of years ago how today’s programmers should work. His ...

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How Do You Rank on “Hello, World” Programming Languages Quiz?

** New Typemock Isolator is packed with productivity-enhancing features. Give it a (unit)-test-drive now ** Are you a versatile programmer? If you are – you are definitely worth your weight in gold! InfoWorld wanted to test ...

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