Tag Archives: Test-driven development

My first Kata

This morning I did my first Kata, and I must say it was a really enjoyable experience. So, what is a Kata you might ask. A Kata, in the traditional sense, is a Japanese┬áconcept describing detailed choreographed patterns of movements … Continue reading

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Scrum alone is not the path to agility

First off, before I make a lot of people very angry with me, I just want to state that I love scrum as a project management methodology to manage work. But I believe that scrum on it’s own is not … Continue reading

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Organic Documentation

I have always enjoyed modelling requirements in use case form. It was method for me to think a problem through and confirm understanding. The issue that I have with use case modelling is that once the solution is developed, the … Continue reading

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Using JPA – Adding relationships and queries

Last week I created an introductory post on using OpenJPA as your JPA implementation, which is available here. This week I wanted to add onto this by adding a relationship and some simple queries. So in this example, I have … Continue reading

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