Becoming an Outlier: A Review

Disclaimer I’m not affiliated with Pluralsight in any way - I just love their products. What I loved about it? If You are serious about »

Migrating a TFS repository to git

The Goal Migrate a TFS repository to git, without losing the history. The Solution I found Git-Tf extension pretty useful. I've already migrated two projects and »

Managements Tips and Tricks Part 1: Who What When

The Goal In this post I want to share a technique You can leverage to get things done. Especially when You collaborate with other people. The »

Read Your Functional Tests as a Book in C# Part 3 : High Level of Abstraction

The Goal In this series of posts I'm going to show how to leverage clean code principles when writing functional tests. The Code. At last Here »

Read Your Functional Tests as a Book in C# Part 2 : Setting Up The Stage

The Goal In this series of posts I'm going to show how to leverage clean code principles when writing functional tests. The System Under Test We »

Read Your Functional Tests as a Book in C# Part 1: The Tragedy

The Goal In this series of posts I'm going to show how to leverage clean code principles when writing functional tests. The Tragedy I've seen a »

Read Your Functional Tests as a Book in C# Part 5: Leverage Fluent Interface

The Goal In this series of posts I'm going to show how to leverage clean code principles when writing functional tests. Fluent Interface Navigation between flow »

Read Your Functional Tests as a Book in C# Part 4 : A Context for Your Scenario

The Goal In this series of posts I'm going to show how to leverage clean code principles when writing functional tests. The Flow's Context In my »

Shelfari service

Just signed up to Shelfari service, which is a community-powered encyclopedia for book lovers. So You can share books, You are reading, have read, or going »

Distributive Factorial in Elixir #1

Goal: Significally improve peformance of factorial algorithm by leveraging all available processors. Standard factorial implementation usually looks something like this: def factorial(1), do: 1 def »