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getting started with gitlab

December 1st, 2018 by Jeanne Boyarsky

CodeRanch is talking about moving to Git for our source code. Some of the moderators expressed a preference for GitLab. I’ve used GitHub, but not GitLab so decided to try it out with one of my personal projects. Looking at it, GitLab has built in CI so I want to see if i can switch […]

another agile game virtual/remote team style – circle connections

July 21st, 2018 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Last year, I wrote about¬†Virtual/remote friendly agile games.¬†Yesterday at the NYC Scrum user group, we played an agile game about circle connections. The game was: Stand in a circle with the people at your table. Everyone picks two people (but don’t say who they are) Keep moving until everyone is equidistant from their two partners. […]

ant and junit5 – simulating sysproperty

July 15th, 2018 by Jeanne Boyarsky

In JUnit 5, you use the junitlauncher Ant task rather than the junit Ant task.¬†Unfortunately, this isn’t a drop in replacement. For example, junitlauncher doesn’t offer the option to fork and run the JUnit tests. As a result, it also doesn’t have the nested sysproperty tag so you can pass system properties. This is a […]