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Setting yourself up to succeed

First, let’s make it clear what success means in the actual context. Let’s say that success is about how much you are inline with your internal goals. An internal goal is something that you set for...

66-day learning challenge

Keep learning and your efforts will pay off in large dividends. Why is it so great and important to learn? Take Hamming’s thought: “I always spend a day a week learning new stuff. That means I spe...

Briefly about Mutation Testing

First, why do I even compare them? A few months ago at the Riviera Craftsmanship Meetup group we discussed about different testing strategies and first Chaos Engineering and then Mutation testin ca...

Practice with a timer!

We defined some new rules. Our work had to be broken down into micro sprints. Not like in the elephant carpaccio exercise where you make a dedicated planning session in the beginning, here it was m...

Coders at work: Bernie Cosell

It was inspiring to read about some his thoughts which appear in many modern programming books. He says that you have to think about testing before you actually start writing the first lin...

How Wine-Disco is progressing?

At the time I was building a Neo4j database including the wine regions and sub regions in Hungary, just like rhe different types of grapes grown at each. Now I kind of done with this and each week ...

Coders at work: Fran Allen

How famous computer scientists emerge? She wanted to be a math teacher, but in order to pay her student loan, she had to take a job. She took a temporary programming job at IBM to teach the new For...

Briefly about Mutation Testing

The goal of mutation testing or mutation analysis is to evaluate the quality of your existing software tests. In this kind of white-box testing your production code gets modified in tiny ways. A mo...

New year, a new beginning

You can change anytime, and you should not put something off just to wait for a Monday, a 1st of the month or for 1st of January. Change it now. Do it now. Anyway, when I say that this January is ...

Coders at work: Ken Thompson

He has many more important contributions to computer science including the first special purpose chess computer or UTF-8, but I let you read about it on the internet. To me, Thompson seems to be a...