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Lucian Bara

Test the soul of the application and not just the body

Written by Lucian Bara - 08 August 2017

You can click through the application and find it’s bugs, but it’s my belief that a testers mission should go deeper than that and he should learn to really understand the application. It is like in the real life, in order to decide whether or not you’ve found your soulmate, you first need to know the person on the inside. Read more >>

Tags:   Testing
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Lucian Bara

Test the soul of the application and not just the body

Lucian Bara
08 August 2017


Cosmin Sontu

DCI : A Leaner paradigm for your Domain Layer

Written by Cosmin Sontu - 25 July 2017

When talking about software architecture, one can easily recall hearing at least one of the following: Hexagonal Architecture, Onion Architecture, Ports and Adaptors, DCI. In the following pages, I will be talking about DCI. One can see these as different patterns but if you think about it long enough, you realize that you can make them work together. You wouldn’t do this just to prove a point or because it’s interesting, but because it’s useful. Read more >>

Tags:   Software Architecture
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Cosmin Sontu

DCI : A Leaner paradigm for your Domain Layer

Cosmin Sontu
25 July 2017


Aida Onofras

Something about testing - part 1

Written by Aida Onofras - 06 July 2017

I thought that as a tester you just critique someone else's work, identify the mistakes made, which sounds like an easy and sort of fun job – getting paid to point out someone’s shortcomings. Little did I know that this carries a lot of responsibility and pressure. Read more >>

Tags:   Testing
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Aida Onofras

Something about testing - part 1

Aida Onofras
06 July 2017


Cosmin Stefanica

From zero to hero, or how I learned to get paid for breaking stuff

Written by Cosmin Stefanica - 12 May 2017

They say college prepares you for real life, you know? It shows you how things really are. In hindsight, I guess they say that about most forms of education. And they are mostly right, but college really taught me a valuable lesson: that there are so many things you can do for a living that are at least in some way related to computers that you cannot possibly do everything and excel at it.  Read more >>

Tags:   Testing
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Cosmin Stefanica

From zero to hero, or how I learned to get paid for breaking stuff

Cosmin Stefanica
12 May 2017


Oana David

5 lessons I learned by doing Scrum

Written by Oana David - 21 April 2017

Scrum is an agile framework that works with roles, ceremonies, artifacts and the rules that bind them together. As described in the Scrum Guide, these are central to Scrum. From what I’ve learned, if the core of Scrum is not respected, then you shouldn’t name it Scrum.  Read more >>

Tags:   Scrum
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Oana David

5 lessons I learned by doing Scrum

Oana David
21 April 2017