Monthly Archives: July 2014

Moogle Corp: Company you might be working for

Google is one of the biggest, the coolest and the most profitable companies in the world. Probably the main reason for being at the top is their ability to innovate continually. According to Gopi Kallayil there are 9 core rules that drive Google’s innovative culture:

  1. Innovation comes from anywhere
  2. Focus on the user
  3. Aim to be ten times better
  4. Bet on technical insights
  5. Ship and iterate
  6. Give employees 20 percent time
  7. Default to open processes
  8. Fail well
  9. Have a mission that matters

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BDD (Behavior-Driven Development): Missing Piece in the Continuous Integration Puzzle

This article is part of the Continuous Integration, Delivery and Deployment series.

Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) is a process or it can be a tool. In many cases, BDD is both. However, it should not be a goal in itself. The goal of software development is to deliver quality as fast and as cheap as possible. The only real measure of quality is whether it fulfills user needs in a reliable manner. The best way we can take to accomplish that goal is through continuous integration, deployment and delivery. For the sake of this article I will ignore the differences between those three and refer to all of them as continuous integration or CI.
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Server vs client side rendering (AngularJS vs server side MVC)

There’s a lot of discussion related to server vs client side application rendering. While there is no “one choice fits all” solution, I’ll try to argue in favor of client side (specifically AngularJS) from different points of view. First of them is architecture.

Architecture

Well done architecture has clearly defined separation of concerns (SoS). In most cases minimal high level configuration is:
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