GitHub Resume

Git is a distributed version control system. GitHub is a social coding platform. You can publish your Git projects on GitHub. You can work with open source projects and publish them on GitHub. You can form other’s project and contribute on their coding and finally send a pull request to them. You can build up a social network around your source code and open source projects on GitHub. You can mention your GitHub activities on your resume. Your employer can take a look your work on GitHub.

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‘Get Involved’ is now free on Pluralsight

I saw Get Involved last week. One of the best video created by Scott Hanselman and Rob Conery. Now you can see it on Pluralsight for free. This video offer nice suggestions and advice for the software developer. Every developer should watch it.  I am very thankful to Pluralsight to make it possible for everyone to see free of cost on the internet.

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Demo on TDD – new GitHub repository

Today I have published a new repository at GitHub. A demo application on how we should design our application so that we can test it. It is a test driven development approach. Before implementing the actual code write the test case and let that be failed. Then implement the logic to pass the test case. Our development is guided by test cases. This is called test driven approach. Also some programmer call this red-green approach. Red stands for fail at first and green for pass latter on. This approach help our code to be on track and easy to main in future. Because all the layers have to decouple for that. Our actual requirement (test cases) guide our development.

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