Category learning from others

Beauty of Data Science

Data Science is getting stronger in the IT community. From companies like Facebook, Twitter, Google, Amazon, Airbnb, Uber, Dropbox, AliBaba to institutions like schools and universities, governments, non-profits organizations, we are creating and using a huge amount of data. A big amount of data. Recently, I’ve been using datacamp.com to play with some interesting notions. […]

Which Classes Contain the Most Errors?

I love reading the book Code Complete, by Steve McConnell. The following comes from it, in its Chapter 22: Developer Testing. ………. It’s natural to assume that defects are distributed evenly throughout your source code. If you have an average of 10 defects per 1000 lines of code, you might assume that you’ll have one defect […]

Recommended Approach to Developer Testing

I love reading the book Code Complete, by Steve McConnell. The following comes from it. ………. A systematic approach to developer testing maximizes your ability to detect errors of all kinds with a minimum of effort. Be sure to cover this ground: Test for each relevant requirement to make sure that the requirements have been implemented. […]

MVC then what next?

The following is a talk at the RailsConf 2015 in which Peter quickly discuss MVC and mostly what comes after it. “This talk explains how to compact the “big ball of mud” at the heart of your app into a bedrock of reliable code. It gives the steps to incrementally refactor models into a functional […]

The geek shall inherit the earth: The age of developer-defined infrastructure

The original article is by Jerry Chen, from Greylock Partners. This is just a re-transcription. If “software is eating the world,” then the meal will be prepared by developers. Over the past several years, there have been articles about the primacy of software engineers. This reality is supported by the fact that technical majors are […]

A sense of Urgency

This post was initially by Boz, on Feb. 12 2015. This is one of those posts I want to be able to go back to at a later time. Hence I paste it here. ** Sense of Urgency ** I once had the good fortune to visit the kitchen at The French Laundry. The kitchen […]

20 of the top C# language questions answered

I love the C# Language. I enjoy learning the various material out there from the different versions which treats about the language details and intricacies. If you are starting with the language, you might want to try coming with answers to the following questions. Also check the link at the bottom for a great discussion […]