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  • Two (ten) years of February

    Today I’d like to share this bit about my great-grand father Bagriy Ivan: The last bunker in our region was destroyed by the NKVD in 1952 in the Lubianets forest. Four shylyans were[…]

    23.02.2024 | 9:18
  • Five for Friday – February 23 2024

    It’s the time of year in Seattle where we see a little sunshine and briefly think that Spring is near…but it’s a trap. It will be raining and 40f next week. Here are[…]

    23.02.2024 | 10:45
  • Harnessing the power of automated Accessibility testing

    Harnessing the power of automated Accessibility testing Harnessing the power of Automated Accessibility TestingPhoto by Sigmund on UnsplashAutomated testing is good — checking the basic functionality of a product at high speed and repeatedly.Accessibility testing is good — making sure that the product is usable[…]

    23.02.2024 | 7:50
  • BDD Addict Newsletter 2024 February #59

    Dear BDD Addicts, It has been some time since I wrote down these words last time. Believe me, I am very creative in making excuses, but I’m not sure if it would be[…]

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  • Two (ten) years of February

    Today I’d like to share this bit about my great-grand father Bagriy Ivan: The last bunker in our region was destroyed by the NKVD in 1952 in the Lubianets forest. Four shylyans were killed then: Antoniuk Volodymyr - born in 1923. Bagriy Ivan - born in 1911. Voznyi Ivan - born in 1905. Hulovskyi Vasyl - born in 1918. Nineteen fifty-two. By that time, Ivan’s wife and son (my grandfather) had already been exiled to Kazakhstan. One can write a lengthy eloquent essay about never surrendering, believing in independence, and so on. I won’t. Слава Україні. Героям слава.

    23.02.2024 | 9:18 קרא עוד...
  • Five for Friday – February 23 2024

    It’s the time of year in Seattle where we see a little sunshine and briefly think that Spring is near…but it’s a trap. It will be raining and 40f next week. Here are a few things I read this week worth sharing. As I’m writing this, I’m listening to Paramore’s cover of Burning Down the House for the 900th time. Everything I love from TH magically transported to the 21st century. Hayley Williams and David Byrne for president! As regular readers know, few things irk me more than people describing why Agile “doesn’t work” and then explaining that their process isn’t Agile at all. Anyway – this article on Agile is a tainted term contains this gem of a quote.“There are some takes out there that agile is dead. I don’t think that’s quite true, but the word “agile” is certainly dead dead. It’s devoid of any meaning because it means everything and nothing all at once. The principles of agile development are still wonderful and useful, but there is no longer a singular word that can helpfully convey them. Maybe there really never was, but for sure none exists today.” In my never-ending quest to understand enough about LLMs and GenAI to not sound like as much of an idiot as the self-proclaimed experts on linkedin, I read this article on Large Language Models Are Drunk at the Wheel Will Larson has a new book – The Engineering Executive’s Primer. I’ve read the first few chapters, and as is[…]

    23.02.2024 | 10:45 קרא עוד...
  • Harnessing the power of automated Accessibility testing

    Harnessing the power of automated Accessibility testing Harnessing the power of Automated Accessibility TestingPhoto by Sigmund on UnsplashAutomated testing is good — checking the basic functionality of a product at high speed and repeatedly.Accessibility testing is good — making sure that the product is usable productively and comfortably by the maximum number of people. Automated accessibility testing (AAT) is great and is seen as the “gold standard” by many, but some often curse this accessibility testing, thinking of it as a drag, or an expense that they just do not want to deal with. It is becoming more important than ever — lots of public sector agencies mandate it now and the recent WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) 2.2 rule updates may be catching people out. So, the big question is “How do we do this without breaking the team, the product, and the bank?”There are several scenarios that we need to look at to understand the “why” of this, so let us look at them.Scenario one: No accessibility testingImagine a 3-year project. It is finally done! We have a working system; we have working automated functional tests (so we know that the product does everything it is supposed to do). Everything is slick, everything is stable. But we have no accessibility tests.And why is this omission so important?Anyone with a disability (visual impairment such as the common colour-blindness, cataracts, physical challenges, or even mental health issues such as anxiety or memory retention challenges) could be using the new product. But if it is not built correctly — both visually, and non-visually “under the hood” then the entry[…]

    23.02.2024 | 7:50 קרא עוד...

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