One of the biggest perks of my job is being able to travel abroad to attend and contribute to conferences (or run corporate training sessions) every now and then. I mean, seeing foreign countries, meeting new people and getting paid to do so, what’s not to love?
In AST, we use Slack for internal communication and Google Drive for file sharing.
Since we are all volunteers, many people are active only in evenings.
And since there are many people in US, their evening might be well in the night for me.
So it happens that someone sends …
A panel room supplier review is definitely the process of checking a vendor’s expertise and reputation. It also includes examining their particular software offerings to ensure they will meet the majority of, if only a few, of a company’s needs. The best board web site company offer a variety of tools to streamline the control […]
Recently, Melissa Fisher asked a Slack community I’m in for ideas on creating successful workshops. Community members who are highly experienced in delivering excellent training and workshops shared some excellent tips, and I asked them if I could share them here too. They agreed, so here goes. Training from the back of the room Ahsley […]
Input validation is a topic that’s been following me around for years. I’ve came across countless resources speaking about the importance of input validation, or input filtering as it’s called at times. What stuck with me is the recommendation to valid…
I often review and collaborate on unit tests at work. One of the patterns I
see a lot is this:there are a handful of tests, each about a
page longthe tests share a lot of functionality, copy-pastedthe test data is a complex object, created in…