Month: May 2016

Maps 3.6 for MediaWiki released

I’m happy to announce the immediate availability of Maps 3.6. This feature release brings marker clustering enhancements and a number of fixes. These parameters where added to the display_map parser function, to allow for greater control over marker… Read More

Is Pair Programming worth it?

Every now and then I get asked how to convince ones team members that Pair Programming is worthwhile. Often the person asking, or people I did pair programming with, while obviously enthusiastic about the practice, and willing to… Read More

I T.A.K.E. 2016

Last week I attended the I T.A.K.E. unconference in Bucharest. This unconference is about software development, and has tracks such as code quality, DevOps, craftsmanship, microservices and leadership. In this post I share my overall impressions as well… Read More

5 ways to write better mocks

In this post I share 5 easy ways to write better mocks that I picked up over the years. These will help you write tests that break less, are easier to read, are more IDE friendly, and are… Read More