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Tester vs. Developer - part 1

18.11.2016   
A lot has been said about testers and programmers having different ways of thinking. It is quite obvious that testers look at the product from a different perspective than programmers. Often it is much easier to detect a mistake in the work of someone else than to see it in your own. That is why we need more or less independent testing.

BABOK Guide v3: Whats New?

09.11.2016   
Now, its finally come true as of September 30, 2016, the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) launches their new certification program based on BABOK (Business Analysis Body of Knowledge) Guide Version 3. The new BABOK version first appeared eighteen months ago in April 2015, but through all that time (till September 22, 2016), you could be certified based on the old certification program. What has changed?

7 Principles of Testing. Part 3

12.10.2016   
In this article we will tackle the last three principles of testing.

7 Principles of Testing - Part 2

19.09.2016   
In our first article we talked about the first and second principle of software testing - Testing shows presence of defects and exhaustive testing is impossible. We will now talk about principle three and four. 

7 Principles of Testing - Part 1

19.09.2016   
The 7 principles of testing have often been discussed, although rather briefly in most cases. The remarkable book by Dorothy Graham et al. explains these fundamental principles in great detail.

Bash Operators in Linux

22.08.2016   
Although Linux Distributions provide a Graphical User Interface just like any other operating system, the ability to control the system via the command line interface (CLI) has many benefits. A way to control how tasks are executed or how input and output is redirected, can be done using operators.

Instruments and financial markets

12.05.2016   
In order to understand the types of financial instruments and how they work its important to first of all understand the different types of financial markets out there. Some financial instruments can be traded on certain markets while others can be traded on more markets provided they are adapted to the specific requests of each one.

ErrorProne.NET. Part 2

25.04.2016   
Last time we discussed formatting problems, and now we will deal with exceptions. ErrorProne.NET inherited a lot of features from another project of mine ExceptionAnalyzer, but in a slightly different form. It includes rules like this:

Top five programming errors in Java

04.04.2016   
Everyone makes errors. Even super-qualified experienced developers make errors. Sometimes it happens due to lack of attention or an unclear API. However, those mistakes are rare. Most common programming errors are evidence of insufficient knowledge or skills.

ErrorProne.NET. Part 1

30.03.2016   
I have been itching for a long time to make an analyzer which would help me catch different errors, specific in varying degrees to the .NET platform. Many of these errors are caught perfectly well by R#, but we always want to create our own stuff, right? Besides, Roslyn analyzers are seamlessly integrated into the build process, they can be used at night (*) and may contain rules specific to your product.

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