Category: Development

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7 steps for fixing flaky tests

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Every once in a while you might encounter a flaky unit test. I know, unit tests can't be flaky by Read More...

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5 great resources to boost your…

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Most of the world is told to stay at home. Many IT companies are and are introducing changes / reduction Read More...

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How to review pull requests effectively

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I’m a firm believer in the practice of . When done correctly it can significantly improve the quality of software Read More...

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How to create a great pull…

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Great things are usually built by teams, not by lone wolves. The myth about the 10x developer sitting alone in Read More...

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5 ways to make the most…

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Having a side project (often called a "pet project" or "side hussle") is a great way for every software engineer Read More...

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40 RxJava interview questions (and answers)

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has been gaining popularity in the past couple of years and today is widely adopted in the Android community. So Read More...

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How to setup Jacoco for Android…

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is a widely used library to measure test code-coverage in JVM-based projects. Setting it up for Android applications has a Read More...

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Exploring the Android build process: demystifying…

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This is Part 2 of a short series about optimising your build speeds. If you haven’t already, please check out Read More...

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Exploring the Android build process: Caching

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One of my last tasks was to investigate the slow build speeds of the Android application. This post is part Read More...

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Use custom Hamcrest Matchers to level-up…

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Ideally automated tests should be predictable, isolated and precise, allowing you to find an issue quickly. If these conditions are Read More...