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Cucumber and BDD

By | January 23, 2012 | 2 Comments »

Valery AntonovWhen Agile methods were first emerging, their proponents claimed that everything was going to be simple: we code units and the unit tests to test them, and the Customer writes acceptance tests. If the tests pass, it’s done.

Later came the understanding that the Customer is seldom able or willing to write any kind of formalized code. Still, the testing was necessary, and so either the programmers or the testers have to do it. Read more

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Large-scale CMS migrations: How to make them more bearable

By | January 13, 2012 | No Comments »

Andrew ZaikinContent migration is never easy, and can sometimes be tricky and even downright messy (for some good reasons). In fact, the content migration can be the hardest part of implementing a new CMS.

Having contributed to some challenging migration projects for one of our European clients, I’d like to share a few practical tips on how to make life a little easier for teams involved with particularly large and demanding CMS migrations. Read more

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