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01.2017

Domain-Driven Design vs. anemic model. How do they differ?

Some time ago during one of our internal DDD learning group meeting I was wondering what is the best way to show differences between writing an application with an anemic model and application with applied concepts of DDD. I came up with a drawing which illustrates these two types of application.

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15

12.2016

Zwinny networking

Programiści nawiązują relacje jak wszyscy inni, ale networking biznesowy słabo im wychodzi. Mistrzowie kodowania nie zawsze odnajdują się w salonowych relacjach i przy rozmowach typu small talk. Jeśli jednak w 2017 roku chcesz powiększyć sieć kontaktów to przeczytaj tę notatkę, w której podajemy 5 zasad zwinnego networkingu. 1. Bezpieczeństwo to podstawa (zadbaj o siebie) Pokazywanie […]

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07

12.2016

5 sposobów na lepszą komunikację biznesu z programistami

W Pragmatists projektujemy rozwiązania informatyczne na zamówienie. W takiej firmie bardzo istotną kwestią jest porozumienie pomiędzy dwoma światami, które często nie bardzo się rozumieją: „biznesem” i programistami. Wszyscy w branży znamy historie projektów, które pochłonęły miliony i ciągnęły się przez lata. I jak mówią statystyki większość z nich tak skończyła nie przez kwestie techniczne, ale […]

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26

01.2015

JUnitParams 1.0.4 released

New version of our JUnitParams, tool for running parameterized test in JUnit, has been released. Checkout new features: Configurable test case names New annotation @TestCaseName that can be used for test case name configuration: will produce tests with names: Thanks to Menliat for contribution. Allow usage of enums as a data source Parameters annotation now […]

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15

01.2015

Pragmatists at geecon TDD

The first edition of geecon TDD will take place on January the 30th in Poznań. It’s the first time I’ve seen a conference concentrated solely on Test-Driven Development. It’s a great idea and I hope it will work out very well. With the outstanding lineup of speakers, it definitely should! As proponents of TDD, we at Pragmatists decided to […]

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06

11.2014

Brown-bagging Kent Beck’s “Test Driven Development” screencasts

Here at Pragmatists, Test-Driven Development is not just another methodology – it’s a way of life, almost a religion. We practice it every day, on real projects, and believe it is a key component in achieving quality and speed of development. That is why we were very excited to watch Kent’s Beck series of screencasts […]

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29

10.2014

Design Patterns handouts

Design Patterns handouts

In Pragmatists we not only write software. There is time for leading workshops too. One of the most recent was about Design Patterns — the art of creating code in such way that it is based on widely known and proven, clean solutions. Here you can see version 1.0 of Design Patterns handouts which I’ve […]

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01

10.2014

Pragmatists at Management 3.0 workout with Jurgen Appelo

Management 3.0 Workout Last week some of us from Pragmatists participated in Management 3.0 workout with Jurgen Appelo. Jurgen did a great job by finding practices that really work and that take into account that we are human beings, not resources. The workshop consisted of games and mini workshops that introduce better management. Our main […]

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22

09.2014

Pragmatists @ Warsjawa conference

There’s Warsjawa conference having place this weekend in Warsaw. Traditionally we at Pragamatists get involved in it heavily. This year we’re giving the following workshops: Automated browser-based web application testing with the Geb library by Adam Ruka (@adam_ruka) Specification by Example – Cucumber automation workshop by Krzysztof Jelski (@krzysztofjelski) Beyond HTML with Angular directives by Michal Lipski […]

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