Powershell isn’t traditionally recognized as a go-to language for everyday software developers. Nevertheless, it’s gained enough popularity for AWS and Azure to support it on their serverless platforms. Let’s find out why.
Some very successful products weren’t concerned about building for quality and became massive hits. If it worked for them, why can’t it work for everyone?
I was lucky enough to get an advanced copy of John Sonmez’s latest book project The Complete Software Developer’s Career Guide — even though this post is a month after the public release.
There’s 11 common code quality traits. But those traits are broad, and it’s often unclear how to put them into practice. Find out how in this article.
GitHub is becoming the one-stop shop for developers looking to work on open-source and private projects. In an effort to improve its foothold within the developer community, the company has recently improved its code review functionality and launched a marketplace for 3rd party developers to integrate with GitHub. This makes it a good time to look at how to make the GitHub experience more amenable to code review.
Developers and testers will often be on the same team, but accomplish drastically different tasks. A developer will typically write code, test the code, and document the feature. A tester will verify that the feature conforms to its requirements and find any bugs. Some of these tasks can happen at the same time whilst others can’t.
They create anxiety and confusion. Discover how to implement them successfully in your project.
SmartBear recently released their annual State of Code Review, in which they look at trends in the code quality space. Some interesting insights and areas of improvement can be found by interpreting the survey results.