I’m Bob. I live in the UK and like people and computers. Oh, and quality, which sometimes (but not always) seems to involve automation. And I like data too. As you might expect, the views I express here are my own and not necessarily those of my employer. Commenters’ views are their own too.
Posts that seemed popular the last time I looked at the stats:
- Documenting ASP.NET REST APIs with Swagger / Swashbuckle
- Introduction to unit testing SQL Server stored procedures with tSQLt
- How far away from here is the most distant bit of the UK?
- Dealing with transactions in tSQLt
- Your tests are code too
- Anatomy of a tSQLt test
- Testing your view models
- Why bother testing?
- Testing a Web API
- Automating the deployment of SSIS packages
- Explaining virtual methods in C# with words and pictures
- How far away from here is the most distant part of the UK?
- Software tools
Posts that I was particular happy to write, in no particular order (ignoring the one I wrote most recently):
- A prayer before going online
- Measurements that matter
- User experience and data quality
- A beginner’s guide to practical quantum computing
- Organising technical documents for a good user experience
- Emotion and software development
- Language can teach us about usability
- The user, not your user interface, is the star of the show
- Going a bit deeper with Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY)
- Visualisations and the stories behind them
- Stats: Through a glass, darkly
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