Uncharted Waters:

February, 2018


February 27, 2018  12:21 PM

Musings on Pairing

Justin Rohrman Justin Rohrman Profile: Justin Rohrman

A few years ago I ran into a tester at a conference that was moving away from testing work. He was working for a company that had their developers pairing for nearly every code change. What he described seemed like magic. He told me that two developers work on one change until it was done. When he...

February 26, 2018  11:19 AM

The Tech Marketing Arms Race

Matt Heusser Matt Heusser Profile: Matt Heusser
Content marketing, IT, Marketing, SEO, traffic

If you've driven down a major freeway lately, you've certainly seen the billboards. As we tune them out, the marketing boards became more outlandish, then had 3-dimensional components that got our eyes, then moved to billboards that rotate multiple images. For some reason, seeing the tail-end of...


February 23, 2018  11:01 AM

The Meta-Game of Regression Testing Tooling

Matt Heusser Matt Heusser Profile: Matt Heusser
Continuous integration, Selenium, Test Automation, Testing

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February 20, 2018  9:49 PM

Where is the Junior Engineer?

Justin Rohrman Justin Rohrman Profile: Justin Rohrman

I read an article the other day called Who Killed the Junior Developer. The author talks a little about her experience with job hunting as a new graduate and also what the job advertising landscape looks...


February 19, 2018  4:21 PM

I fell into the (project) pit – and how to get out again

Matt Heusser Matt Heusser Profile: Matt Heusser
IT, performance, project, schedule

NBC's smash comedy Parks and Recreation begins with the story of Andy Dwyer falling into a pit. No seriously he falls into a pit. He later writes a song about it, called, "The Pit." It sounds like about a third of the software projects I've worked...


February 8, 2018  9:04 PM

Making Time for Skill

Justin Rohrman Justin Rohrman Profile: Justin Rohrman

Around the first of the year I wrote a post about skill development. it covered a handful of things I would be forced into learning over the next year or so. Skill development is something that most...


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