Blog: Studio Pragmatists

JUnitParams 1.0.4 released

New version of our JUnitParams, tool for running parameterized test in JUnit, has been released. Checkout new features: Configurable test case names New annotation @TestCaseName that can be used for t...

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Pragmatists at geecon TDD

The first edition of geecon TDD will take place on January the 30th in Pozna?. It’s the first time I’ve seen a conference concentrated solely on Test-Driven Development. It’s a great...

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Brown-bagging Kent Beck’s “Test Driven Development” screencasts

Here at Pragmatists, Test-Driven Development is not just another methodology – it’s a way of life, almost a religion. We practice it every day, on real projects, and believe it is a key co...

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Design Patterns handouts

In Pragmatists we not only write software. There is time for leading workshops too. One of the most recent was about Design Patterns — the art of creating code in such way that it is based on wi...

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Pragmatists at Management 3.0 workout with Jurgen Appelo

Management 3.0 Workout Last week some of us from Pragmatists participated in Management 3.0 workout with Jurgen Appelo. Jurgen did a great job by finding practices that really work and that take into ...

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Pragmatists @ Warsjawa conference

There’s Warsjawa conference having place this weekend in Warsaw. Traditionally we at Pragamatists get involved in it heavily. This year we’re giving the following workshops: Automated brow...

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Do??cz do Pragmatists po wakacjach

Zapraszamy Dok?adniejszy opis proponowanego stanowiska opisali?my w jednym z wcze?niejszych postów: http://pragmatists.pl/blog/2013/06/szukamy-programistow/  ...

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Integrating Spring with Play! framework 1.0 JPA management

Play! 1.0 is an outstanding Java web framework. Inspired by Ruby on Rails, it offers it’s ‘convention-over-configuration’, boilerplate-less and MVC-centric philosophy combined with t...

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Agile Development Day 2014

Extraordinary training In June 2014 the fourth time we co-hosted Agile Development Day – an event combining fun with professional training During the training, participants were able to not only...

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How to run a hackathon

A hackathon (also known as a hack day, hackfest or codefest) is an event in which computer programmers and others involved in software development, including graphic designers, interface designers and...

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PL/SQL performance freak series – alternatives to PL/SQL function calls from SQL

Last week I reveled the numbers standing behind the overhead of calling a Pl/SQL function from within an SQL statement. I’ve left two questions open: - Is it always a performance issue, when you...

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PL/SQL performance freak series – function/procedure parameters overhead

When writing a PL/SQL code, i usually use following strategy: If the code that i’m calling is returning a calculated value, it should be a function. If the code that i’m calling is doing s...

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PL/SQL performance freak series – function/procedure parameters overhead

When writing a PL/SQL code, I usually use following strategy: If the code that I’m calling is returning a calculated value, it should be a function. If the code that I’m calling is doing s...

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SQLPlus ERRORLOGGING issues with error log on rollback resolved

Today I came up with idea to overcome the issue: SQLPlus ERRORLOGGING does not keep error log on rollback. The resolution is to use autonomous transactions to log the errors reported by SQL Plus. What...

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Why Oracle Error Messages Suck

Some time ago I got my hands on Seven Databases in Seven Weeks. I managed to evaluate PostgreSQL database examples of that book and they made me fully aware of the technological gap in Oracle exceptio...

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How I started to create Unit Tests for Oracle PL/SQL code

Before I started working at Pragmatists I never actually took time or effort to research the web for automating the testing process in Oracle databases. My previous job was more about delivering solut...

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SQL*Plus default values for script parameters

While working heavily on script automation I came across the issue of having an SQLPlus script with optional parameter. Oracle does not allow that by default, and one needs to use a dirty trick to mak...

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Global Day of Coderetreat 2013 co-hosted by Pragmatists

On the 14th of December 2013 – the Global Day of Coderetreat was held at Warsaw as part of annual Agile Development Day. Event was hosted by Pragmatists and Sages. We followed a fairly standard ...

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AngularJS directives explained by exmple

In Pragmatists we use AngularJS for most of front-end development. Today we had an internal workshop about directives. Here are examples that we use to explain how directives work. You can see Angular...

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SQL*Plus ERRORLOGGING uncovered

Recently I’m heavily involved in SQL*Plus scripting automation tasks. I must admit that despite of all the settings you may set and retrieve with SQL*Plus, it is a real pain to do some good auto...

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