Philippe Bourgau Interview
Philippe Bourgau brings us in his daily life of technical agile coach !

Hello Philippe! First of all, can you introduce yourself in a few words and tell us more about your background? Hi Cedric! I am a technical agile coach. I currently work at Murex. I help teams achieve a more productive and sustainable rhythm. I went to school for aeronautics, but I immediately started working

Yoan Thirion Developers Coaching
Let’s talk about Technical Agile Coaching with Yoan Thirion

Hello Yoan! First of all, can you introduce yourself in a few words and tell us more about your background? My name is Yoan Thirion, I’m 34 years old, and I’m an independent technical agile coach in Luxembourg. I have about 15 years of experience in software development. My different experiences in startups, small software

Learning Culture Software Developers
Create a learning culture for software development teams

Software is eating the world,” wrote Marc Andreessen in the Wall Street Journal in 2011. The years that followed clearly support his view. Investments in digital technology continue at breakneck speed, and the beginning of the 2020s, despite a global pandemic, has not slowed down the growth of IT, the oppositive even happened. There is

Setup Mocha in watch mode for TDD in Node.js

Test-Driven Development is a great development (not testing) methodology. It definitively helps you to produce : Minimal code to implement business needs Small functions Code covered by tests, avoiding later regressions We use it every day at Promyze and we definitively saw the benefits of coding in this way. Illustration Now, let’s see how you can apply TDD

Open Source Linters
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A linter is a program dedicated to automatically identify code smells, bugs, vulnerabilities, formatting issues, … They typically use static analysis for that purpose. Most of the linters are open source and maintained by a community of developers. A linter is often dedicated to a single language. Some tools aggregate multiple linters, such as SonarQube

Interview : Octoperf, a powerful load testing solution

This month, we welcome Guillaume Betaillouloux from Octoperf, a software solution dedicated to performance testing. An opportunity to learn more about their product and its added value for this startup founded in 2016.   Hello Guillaume! To start, can you introduce us to Octoperf? OctoPerf is a company created by four performance lovers four years

Discover Technical Agile Coaching with Jean-Louis Rigau

Let’s discover more about Technical Agile Coaching. We met Jean-Louis Rigau, Technical Agile Coach, who tells us more about his missions during a Technical Coaching session and his day-to-day work in the teams. Agile, Software Craftsmanship, DevOps, we discuss all these topics together. Hello Jean-Louis! First of all, can you introduce yourself in a few

Feedback: Gamification for technical debt and tests management

As part of the software test evening at Sophia, Xavier was able to present feedback on the gamification of software quality. The conference is available on video here : [vc_video title=”Gaming of technical debt and tests” link=””]

Crowdtesting: Testeum answers our questions

Last week, we presented the Testeum   tool dedicated to Crowdtesting, with feedback from our internal use. Launched in spring 2020, this solution aims to democratise Crowdtesting. To go further in the discovery of the tool, we propose you an interview with the editor of Testeum, the company Hightest. ProMyze: At what stage in the

Discover the code review
Discovering the code review

You’ve probably already heard of code review. Would you like to understand better the principles of code review, the benefits it brings, and the essential points to watch out for to ensure that it takes place in good conditions? That’s what this article is all about! What is the code review? The principle of the

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