Helltime for October 11
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Battling a cold and lack of connectivity between physically-separated Erlang nodes, I bring you abbreviated Helltime.
- Uzelezz gives a two-part post on test principles, a good restatement and expansion upon Uncle Bob‘s advocacy of clean tests, something I have been trying to practice myself.
- A post on the MuleSoft blog gives a good introduction for why and when Kanban should be introduced, but the post dances around a basic issue: how do you determine the WIP limit?
- The official Google blog announces the inevitable, that they will soon be driving all of our cars. Hell no. I see first hand how software is written and I’ve meet a lot of the people who write it. In no way do I want these people involved in how many left turns I make into oncoming traffic.
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