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2013-10 always be responsible for any code you write even for fun
 

2013-10 always be responsible for any code you write even for fun

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    2013-10 always be responsible for any code you write even for fun 2013-10 always be responsible for any code you write even for fun Presentation Transcript

    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 MATTHARASYMCZUK RE: SPONSIBILITY
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 Klienci nie płacą za testy. ! -- Anonim
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 Oh sh*t...
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 UncleBOB
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 Jakośćmaznaczenie
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 TDD, CR, CI, CD
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 v2.0
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 RE: FACTORING
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 whateverAGILE
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 while(fun)
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 instanceof(fun, quality)
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 Prefectionist.
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 Prefectionist.
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 try { beProfessionaList(); } catch (Exception e) { throw new NoExceptions(); }
    • @theAgileMATT / Oct 20th, 2013 @AstroMATT_