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Pair Programming Matrix is a tool that helps the team to visualize the Pair Programming procedure. It shows who worked with whom, and who has not worked with anyone else at all.
Set up a board, that has a matrix with team Continue reading
“The outcome of the execution of E-type software entails a degree of uncertainty, the outcome of execution cannot be absolutely predicted”, or more fully, “Even if the outcome of past execution of an E-type program has previously been admissible, the … Continue reading
Today I am going to search for plug-ins for Hudson to analyse the quality of groovy code checked-into the repository. The build and test run processes are set up already and the code coverage reports are being generated. It is … Continue reading