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Audiodog "Don't Panic!"

  • Logik LBFANX12 electric oven not heating up
    by audiodog on 19th October 2015 at 11:51 am

    Got a Logik LBFANX12 electric oven that’s not heating up? We did. One minute it was working fine, next minute we could hear the fan but the light didn’t work and non of the heat settings would create any heat. Not much good an oven that doesn’t get hot. In fact that last time it […]

Clowie's Corner A Pyrenean Mountain Dog's perspective

  • Lost and Found
    by Clowie on 25th October 2017 at 4:00 am

    I wouldn’t say the weather was bad for our holiday, but the bipeds spent most of their time wearing raincoats and boots! We didn’t let that stop us from having a good time, but we don’t have as many good photographs as we’d hoped. I’m going to tell you about… Continue reading […]

Pi in the Sky Founder's notes

  • How to visualise in Kanban
    by Fobano on 14th May 2017 at 2:14 am

    Number one of the 6 General Practices in Kanban is to visualise – so when you start using Kanban, one of the first steps you invariably take is to visualise the workflow. All too often this is the first and last visualise step that teams take. What you need to… Continue reading […]

  • Value Objects and Immutability
    by richardmiller on 21st November 2014 at 8:56 am

    Following on from my previous post on value objects, immutability is often given as a core aspect of value objects. There is good reason for this, but it is not immutability that make an object a value object. It is equality based on value not identity that is essential. That said, immutability makes sense for […]

shanethehat Where I write stuff about programming

  • String Calculator for Scala
    by shane on 27th June 2016 at 1:04 pm

    This is a slight repurposing of the String Calculator kata on Roy Osherove’s website. I’ve updated it for my own impression of TDD, and for Scala notation and types, but many of the words are still arranged in Roy’s order. Before you start:  Try not to read ahead. Do one task at a time. The trick […]

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