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10 Dos and Don'ts of Code Review Aug 29

  1. Do have people experienced with the code reviewing the code of those less familiar. Effectiveness largely depends on experience and familiarity.
  2. Do allow people to review code on their own in quiet.
  3. Don't review code in a meeting, it's ineffective...

Gatling for JMeter Refugees Jul 5

I've recently been looking at Gatling as an alternative to JMeter (something I've used a lot in the past) for load testing. I want to test at least 10,000 concurrent users, and I knew from using JMeter that I would need to use many more nodes than...

June Links Jun 7

Docker on Amazon AWS Apr 27

This is a short tutorial about getting Docker running on AWS Ubuntu. I've done this as I found that boot2docker was using a lot of memory and CPU on my laptop, and port forwarding is a pain. As I already have a free instance on Amazon AWS, I can use...

More Maven Plugin Tips Apr 26

I've been writing a couple more Maven plugins recently, including one to start/stop groups of Docker containers. I wanted to extend my previous tips with three new tips I've found really helpful.

Tip 7: Don't Do Any Work In Your Mojo Class

I've used...

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