A good commit message can make a difference!
Some developers have a habit of committing their code without an explicit commit message. I was one of them! Now,
Recently, I had a task to migrate the unit tests in our project from ‘JUnit 4’ to ‘JUnit 5’. As
The fast and constant change in technology made it inevitable for developers to always improve their skills through continuous learning.
As a developer, there is a high chance that you had a debate on the value of TDD in building
Reading the chapter ‘Error Handling‘ from the book ‘Clean Code‘ made me think whether developers follow the clean code rules when
In my previous post, I shared with you how Philippe and I prepared for our talk “Extreme Practices.” In this post,
Extreme Practices was the name of the talk Philippe and I gave at the AgileTour in Beirut on 15th of
Last week’s coding dojo session was a special one, not only because we brought a cake 🙂 but because it
Recently, I was in charge of training two fresh-graduate newcomers to our department. My mission was to prepare a two
While reading the book “Extreme Programming Explained,” I came across an interview with Brad Jensen a Senior Vice President of