by Bill Venners, February 2, 2003, Submit comment Submit comment
This article introduces the main features of Artima SuiteRunner by demonstrating how to start Artima SuiteRunner, debug a failed test, select and run Suites, select and run JUnit TestCases, and edit and save recipe files.
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by Bill Venners, with Matt Gerrans and Frank Sommers, January 26, 2003, 12 comments 12 comments
Artima SuiteRunner, a free, open source unit and conformance testing toolkit for Java, was released this week. Find out why the authors felt the need to create Artima SuiteRunner and learn how you can use it to run JUnit test suites.
by Bill Venners, January 26, 2003, 3 comments 3 comments
Python creator Guido van Rossum talks with Bill Venners about the source of Python's famed programmer productivity and the joys of exploring new territory with code.
by Bill Venners, January 19, 2003, 1 comment 1 comment
Python creator Guido van Rossum talks with Bill Venners about Python's original design goals—how he originally intended Python to "bridge the gap between the shell and C," and how it eventually became used on large scale applications.
by Bill Venners, January 12, 2003, Submit comment Submit comment
Python creator Guido van Rossum talks with Bill Venners about Python's history, the influence of the ABC language, and Python's original design goals.
by Bill Venners, January 5, 2003, 8 comments 8 comments
Scott Meyers, C++ expert and author of numerous books, including Effective C++, talks with Bill Venners about the utility of const, the appropriate time to use RTTI, a good attitude about efficiency, and his current quest for general programming principles.
by Bill Venners, December 29, 2002, 2 comments 2 comments
Scott Meyers, C++ expert and author of numerous books, including Effective C++, talks with Bill Venners about the importance of saying what you mean and understanding what you say, the three fundamental relationships between classes, and the difference between virtual and non-virtual functions.
by Bill Venners, December 22, 2002, 3 comments 3 comments
Scott Meyers, C++ expert and author of numerous books, including Effective C++, talks with Bill Venners about interface contracts and designing minimal and complete interfaces.
by Bill Venners, December 15, 2002, 15 comments 15 comments
Scott Meyers, C++ expert and author of numerous books including Effective C++, talks with Bill Venners about multiple inheritance and interfaces.
by Bill Venners, December 8, 2002, 3 comments 3 comments
Martin Fowler, chief scientist at Thoughtworks, Inc. and author of numerous books on software design and process, talks with Bill Venners about balancing maintainability and efficiency, creating tunable software, the role of patterns, and the Agile Software Manifesto.
by Bill Venners, December 1, 2002, 12 comments 12 comments
Martin Fowler, chief scientist at Thoughtworks, Inc. and author of numerous books on software design and process, talks with Bill Venners about the unhurried quality of test-first design and monological thinking, and the difference between unit and functional testing.
by Bill Venners, November 24, 2002, 18 comments 18 comments
Martin Fowler, chief scientist at Thoughtworks, Inc. and author of numerous books on software design and process, talks with Bill Venners about how to combat design decay, the cost of flexibility and reusability, four criteria for a simple system, and test-first design of interfaces.
by Bill Venners, November 17, 2002, Submit comment Submit comment
Martin Fowler, chief scientist at Thoughtworks, Inc. and author of numerous books on software design and process, talks with Bill Venners about planned and evolutionary design, refactoring bad smells in code, and how good design can help you program faster.
by Bill Venners, November 10, 2002, 20 comments 20 comments
Martin Fowler, chief scientist at Thoughtworks, Inc. and author of numerous books on software design and process, talks with Bill Venners about design principles and the spectrum of code ownership.
by Bill Venners, November 3, 2002, 9 comments 9 comments
Martin Fowler, chief scientist at Thoughtworks, Inc. and author of numerous books on software design and process, talks with Bill Venners about refactoring, testing, and design.
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