Tests developed during TDD can be classified into several levels, depending on the size of the object graph they need to work with. End-to-end tests span the whole application graph, while unit tests usually target a single public class at a time.
I blogged on Event Sourcing
and functional domain models earlier. In this post I would like to
share more of my thoughts on the same subject and how with a higher
level of abstraction you can make your domain aggregate boundary more
I recently came across Carl Erickson’s ‘small teams are dramatically more efficient than large teams‘ blog post which reminded me of something which my colleague Ashok suggested as a useful way for determining team size – the application footprint.
Maybe its just because I’m following Simon Brown on twitter, but I saw a phrase like “just the right amount up-front design” often enough to make me think.
Am I doing the right amount of up-front design?
I never before thought about this question in my...
DynamoDB certainly isn't the only NoSQL store in the cloud. Neo4j's recent release of version 1.6 now has a public beta for hosting your graph databases in Heroku's cloud. Other new features in this release include wider support for the Cypher graph...
Which are the best tools for designing for Android? I have
my favorites but I'd really love to hear about tools you use and your
experiences with them. Please leave a comment!
To kick of the conversation I'll present my favorite design tools. Both
It's time to brush up on your understanding of various search scenarious in the human-information seeking process. This this paper from EuroHCIR 2011 should provide some excellent research to think about. It’s also available in pdf form from the HCIR...
As I mentioned in a post last week
we’ve been automating the setup of our developer machines with puppet
over the last week and one thing that we’ve learnt is that you need to
be careful about how you define dependencies.
The aim is to get your scripts...
In the current nosql fervor, there is an important distinction that
seems to get missed repeatedly. There are two (OK three) really
important factors that these tools use to distinguish themselves and
many people completely miss the point.
I love Sonar. It is a
wonderful way to collect some metrics for your Java projects -
hassle-free and wrapped in a sweet-looking UI. For Maven-based projects
Sonar literally works out of the box. Just start up your Sonar instance
(assuming you are using...