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Archive for December 17th, 2015

Some links on DUnit test cases and test suites, XML and XSD

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/12/17

DUnit registration can mix TestSuites and TestCases.

Some links:

–jeroen

 

 

 

 

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DevOps Is Bullshit: Why One Programmer Doesn’t Do It Anymore | jjmojojjmojo: In Effect

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/12/17

Interesting take to which I agree, as DevOps needs to be in your blood and needs to come from bottom up, just like being agile.

Read the full blog post at DevOps Is Bullshit: Why One Programmer Doesn’t Do It Anymore | jjmojojjmojo: In Effect.

A small quote:

… some of the common mistakes:

  • DevOps doesn’t make specialists obsolete.
  • Developers can learn systems and operations, but nothing beats experience.
  • Operations people can learn development too, but again, nothing beats experience.
  • Operations and development have historically be separated for a reason – there are compromises you must make if you integrate the two.
  • Tools and automation are not enough.
  • Developers have to want DevOps. Operations have to want DevOps. At the same time.
  • Using “DevOps” to save money by reducing staff will blow up in your face.
  • You can’t have DevOps and still have separate operations and development teams. Period.

–jeroen

via: DevOps Is Bullshit: Why One Programmer Doesn’t Do It Anymore | jjmojojjmojo: In Effect.

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