by Adam Goucher
Automation, like all of testing, is an inherently heuristic activity. Adam reveals some of the most powwerfiul heuristics of automated testing.
by Jeff Cohen
When you get a new job, you often receive a handbook. Don’t open source communities also need a handbook of community values?
by Venkat Subramaniam
In this second installment of this series on the Scala programming language, Venkat shows how Scala’s static typing leads to low ceremony programming.
by Tim Ottinger, Jeff Langr
Is “distributed agile” an oxymoron? Tim and Jeff explain how to deal with the costs of going distributed.
by Dan Wohlbruck
On another journey into the history of technology, Dan shows that a lot can be done with string, rubber bands, and a macaroni box.
by Michael Swaine
What’s PragProWriMo? Do open source communities need a handbook? And other burning questions.
For every question in twitterspace, somebody has tweeted an answer. Just not necessarily to that question.
Meet Susannah Pfalzer, Pragmatic Bookshelf’s Managing Editor.
by John Shade
John shares his values, and they turn out to include pessimism, procrastination, and paranoia.
Author sightings, upcoming conferences, and other events of note.
Coming attractions and where to go from here.