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The BlogNotions Developers Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by thought leaders in the software development industry. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on the latest technological advances and platforms, discussions of various problems and solutions, best practices to managing projects, and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Comment on Should Unit Tests Touch the File System? by Jim Vaughan

Recently there’s been some discussion in the community about a long-held belief regarding unit tests: A unit test should not touch the filesystem. AFAIK, this idea gained currency after Michael Feathers published his rules for unit tests. It seems to me much of the debate is driven by differing assumptions about word meanings. Fortunately, that rarely […]

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Holo P2P Distributed Hosting is Powered by Holochain Technology, Leverages Holo Fuel Cryptocurrency (Crowdfunding)

The Internet is now mostly centralized, for example most people search with Google, and Facebook dominates the social media space in many countries. That also means access to content can easily be blocked by governments, and many companies will use your personal data to their benefits. Holo network promises to “take back the Internet” thanks […]

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Comment on Planning for technical debt by Junilu Lacar

There’s a problem with technical debt in the software field. Well, yeah. Okay. Sure. Actually, I didn’t mean that problem. I meant this one: Many people seem to be willing to incur technical debt in situations that don’t call for it. This article by Nishi Grover Garg, Paying Off the Technical Debt in Your Agile Projects, is representative of the […]

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Comment on Planning for technical debt by Tim Zack

There’s a problem with technical debt in the software field. Well, yeah. Okay. Sure. Actually, I didn’t mean that problem. I meant this one: Many people seem to be willing to incur technical debt in situations that don’t call for it. This article by Nishi Grover Garg, Paying Off the Technical Debt in Your Agile Projects, is representative of the […]

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