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“why did you decide not to be a developer”

August 5th, 2017 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Last week, I got asked “why did you decide not to be a developer” by a junior developer while we were pair programming. My first reaction was “I am a developer”. My second was confusion as we were writing Selenium/JUnit code at the time of the question. She was typing and I was the navigator. […]

finger voting – teamwork and voting

February 4th, 2017 by Jeanne Boyarsky

In the past month, I’ve used “finger voting” in three contexts. What is finger voting? Voting with your fingers of course. Seriously thought, finger voting is a bit like rock, paper scissors. First the choices are presented. Then everyone sticks out their fist when ready to vote. The person who called the finger vote says […]

getting an old file in git from a directory than no longer exists

September 24th, 2016 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Some time ago, I had deleted a file in git along with renaming the directory it was in. I had wanted to rename the file rather than delete it. So now I needed it back. This took a few steps so I decided to blog what I did. Step 1 – find the command to get the […]