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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.

KPI’s and conflicts of interest

21.04.2015   
Are there any KPI which affect the personal interests of the manager but can also lead to a win-win situation? The answer is no. Once there are KPI’s that affect the interest of the manager we will surely have a situation where the manager must choose between his interests or the interests of the project. And most will choose the former.

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.

How do you become a professional tester?

17.03.2015   
The role of "tester" is now one of the most popular jobs in the software industry. While programming is taught in higher education institutions, testing unfortunately is seldom found in the curriculum. But if you choose to go down this professional path, testing can be learned with some effort.

Responsibility in Software Development Teams

21.08.2015   
In this article, we'll review some strategies for allocating responsibilities in large teams. Most Project Managers, in charge of developing a large application or system, have to coordinate several teams responsible for developing certain modules of the application. Therefore it is important to develop work flows that do no overlap in terms of functionality.

Sergey Teplyakov will speak at HOTCODE 2013

27.05.2013   
The conference will take place from May 31 till June 1 in Kiev. The HOTCODE conference is a platform for professional communication between the developers of various platforms and specializations: Ruby, JS, Python, Java, .NET, iOS, Android, PHP, DB, Functional Programming, DevOps, and Automation Testing.

“Not Invented Here” Syndrome

11.08.2015   
A couple of years ago I made a short series of notes on the patterns of behavior: Technical Debt, Refactoring Syndrome and The Second-System Effect. The time has come to discuss another subject, probably the most famous and popular pattern of behavior: the Not Invented Here (NIH) syndrome.

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.

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.

Get your IIBA certification with Luxoft Training

16.02.2018   
Luxoft Training has received the status of Endorsed Education Provider (EEP) by the International Institute of Business Analysis.

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