Tag Archives: Unit testing

Defect fixes – inside or outside the delivery team?

A week or so ago I went on a scrum bootcamp with my team at work. The course facilitator proposed, when asked about the disruptions that the team is exposed to for production fixes,  the pattern of having a separate … 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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Lean Software Development Principle – Build quality in

This is the second post in a series of posts on a journey into the world of Lean Software Development. The post will focus on some approaches to helping you build quality into your delivery. The people and culture I … Continue reading

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Using OpenJPA as your JPA implementation

In this post I provide an example of creating a persistence layer using Apache’s OpenJPA implementation of the Java Persistence API(JPA). I created the example using a TDD approach and I have  once again used Liquibase to version control the … Continue reading

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Lean Principle – Eliminate waste

First some background This is the first in a series of posts that I mentioned I would be doing in this post.  The observations for this move towards Lean Software Development are taken from a project where we were rejuvenating … Continue reading

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