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Tips for Running a Code Kata (Developer Dojo) at the Workplace

A concept borrowed from the Japanese martial arts world, katas are exercises which help practitioners hone their skills through practice and repetition. Over the past decade, katas has been adopted as part of the wider Software Craftsmanship movement, seeing katas introduced as part of leading Software Development and Software Architecture courses around the world. Organisations and software...

Introduction to Feature Toggles and Implementation Best Practices

As software professionals, success is measured by our ability to improve our users’ lives. Unlike other engineering fields which have been around for hundreds of years, the software engineering discipline has existed for barely a hundred years. As an industry, software development is still largely part-art, part-science. With the ever evolving business and technological landscape, many of our...

Letter Cases in Software Development

Coding style is a geek topic that developers talk a lot about during coding collaboration interactions. One of the first things that come up, is usually “What case do we use”? I was in such a scenario recently, and thought I dug a little deeper to explore all the options. Camel Case Practice of writing compound words or phrases such that each word or abbreviation in the middle of the...

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