Claudia Rosu

SoCraTes: one stop on the way to software craft

I have made a new step towards becoming a journeyman while participating for the first time at SoCraTes Germany on 7th-10th August. It was one of those experiences that made me say that being a developer is interesting, challenging, rewarding and fun. 2 days of coffee breaks The unconference consists of 2 days with open space sessions …

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Functional Programming makes Domain Driven Design Easy

Until recently, I tought I didn’t like Functional Programming (FP). I like OOP and DDD. During university I was in love with Java and I hated Haskel and Prolog. This changed last year at I T.A.K.E. Unconference when Cyrille Martraire showed us that using FP can be easy with DDD and its advantages are great …

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A Developer in Test

Modern applications are interconnected, depending on public services from one or more external applications. At the same time, applications change often. Their public services are very likely to change also. When this happens, our application has to continue working correctly. How can we know it does? The answer is by having automated tests for all …

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Improving Agile with Software Craftsmanship

We have been doing Agile for over 10 years now and we have been focusing on people, interactions, team building, the ecosystem. As a result, we are now working in a software environment where “processes are more important than technical practices”. This is how Sandro Mancusso started his keynote at ITAKE Unconference 2013, a talk that was very appreciated …

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