In this article, we will use an AI-powered plugin for IntelliJ to automatically generate unit tests.
Before we talk about the plugin and the company behind it, it’s worth mentioning that I have no affiliation with the company or its employees. However, I used to work at the University of Oxford, so it’s exciting to see such an interesting innovation originating from a place with lots of memories.
The IntelliJ IDEA plugin is 100% free for open-source development. …
In this article, we’ll go through a list of habits and tips that could help developers become better versions of themselves — both personally and technically — and succeed in their roles.
These are some essential habits and things to know when working toward becoming a senior developer.
Know a lot of things, and have in-depth knowledge of a few of those things.
I’ve done back-end development using Java for many years. Yes, I can get the job done in React or Terraform, but I’m not an expert in either.
Read more on the topic via “The ‘T-Shaped’ Engineer” (downloads a PDF). …
As a code reviewer, you have the power to approve any code, and along with that comes the responsibility to make sure that the code is in good condition. In this article, we will go through a listing of questions and points that could help code reviewers focus on what matters during a code review.
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