A colleague in the process of refactoring a legacy codebase she had inherited recently asked me if she should be writing tests for the builders she was creating.
I'm never short on opinions, so I gave an off the cuff answer, but we thought it would be interesting to apply a little more rigour to the question.
This first presentation of a two part series provides an overview of the technologies used today for virtualization and automation of systems and the reasons why this is important.
On Friday the 6th of March NCR Edinburgh will be hosting a livestreaming of AngularJS' ng-conf as part of the ng-extended program.
We'll be providing a space for watching and discussing the talks and supplying plenty of food (pizza!) and drink (beer!) to go with. We'll also be providing limited-edition ng-extended T-shirts which will be the envy of all your friends.
Join us at this event by requesting a ticket via Eventbrite, we're running from 4pm until 9pm at our offices at 10 Kittle Yards, Causewayside.
Last September we ran a two day Scala training event as part of our Launchpad series.
The event was hugely popular, with tickets selling out within 24 hours.
We like Scala, and there are clearly a lot of other interested people in Edinburgh, so we thought it would be good to put something together for the anyone that couldn't get tickets last time.
Converting an existing Angular JS application to TypeScript
In my last post we took an overview of the steps taken to convert the Connections simulator to TypeScript. This post details the steps needed to refine our application to leverage the features TypeScript gives us, so following on from phase 2: