Yegor Bugayenko

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Yegor is a CEO at Zerocracy, a software platform for management; a VC at SeedRamp.com; a regular blogger at www.yegor256.com; a proud holder of PMP and OCMEA certifications; a hands-on Java developer and a lead architect of Rultor.com and Takes.org. Yegor lives in Palo Alto, CA and Moscow, Russia.

Does Code Review Involve Testing?

When you review a pull/merge request from someone, do you check out the branch and run the build? I usually dont, but some people do. Their obvious reason is: running a build, or even testing the product manually, helps find more important errors. Just looking at the source code may not reveal all visual defects recently introduced to the HTML/CSS, for example. Its better to check out the branc...

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If you are serious about object-oriented programming, you need to read this book. I was writing Java and C++ code for more than 15 years and I hated what I was producing. This book flipped my mind. I didn't become a better coder after reading it ...more
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This is a strange, energetic odyssey about a software guy that throws everything a way and goes off on a romp through California with a ragtag bunch of people he met along the way. The pace of the book is intoxicating. I've never really read anything ...more
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“Quality must be enforced, otherwise it won't happen. We programmers must be required to write tests, otherwise we won't do it.”
Yegor Bugayenko, Code Ahead

“To make technical decisions, a result-oriented team needs a strong architect and a decision making process, not meetings.”
Yegor Bugayenko, Code Ahead

“All companies are built as hierarchies, no matter what that holacracy adepts are saying now. It's always a boss on the top and then people who report to him down to the lowest level. Staying on the lowest level is what I always try to avoid. Not only because I have some dignity, but mostly because I am lazy. The lower you are in the hierarchy, the more work you have to do and the less money you get for it. This is how the division of labor works, not only in the software industry.”
Yegor Bugayenko, Code Ahead

“If I don't understand you, it's your fault”
Yegor Bugayenko, Elegant Objects

“All companies are built as hierarchies, no matter what that holacracy adepts are saying now. It's always a boss on the top and then people who report to him down to the lowest level. Staying on the lowest level is what I always try to avoid. Not only because I have some dignity, but mostly because I am lazy. The lower you are in the hierarchy, the more work you have to do and the less money you get for it. This is how the division of labor works, not only in the software industry.”
Yegor Bugayenko, Code Ahead

“It is not loyalty or internal motivation that drives us programmers forward. We must write our code when the road to our personal success is absolutely clear for us and writing high quality code obviously helps us move forward on this road. To make this happen, the management has to define the rules of the game, also known as "process", and make sure they are strictly enforced, which is much more difficult than "being agile".”
Yegor Bugayenko, Code Ahead

“To make technical decisions, a result-oriented team needs a strong architect and a decision making process, not meetings.”
Yegor Bugayenko, Code Ahead

“Quality must be enforced, otherwise it won't happen. We programmers must be required to write tests, otherwise we won't do it.”
Yegor Bugayenko, Code Ahead




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