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How Rogue Amoeba use FogBugz Ocelot for Bug Tracking and Great Customer Support

We spoke to Paul Kafais, Founder and CEO of Rogue Amoeba, about how FogBugz Ocelot has helped them to track bugs and provide great customer support by being able to work on bugs and customer enquiries together, in one place.

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FogBugz Ocelot – The Fastest, Most Powerful Way to use FogBugz

FogBugz Ocelot is fast, and more powerful – with an updated UI, super-fast search and all new functionality, it’s the best way to use FogBugz.

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All Software Problems are People Problems – Interview with Roy Osherove

In this interview with Roy Osherove, author of ‘Notes to a Software Team Leader’, we discuss how you grow self-organizing software teams. We cover the importance of developing team members, different phases of leadership, using code reviews for learning, and some common mistakes made by new tech leads.

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dev.life – Interview with Tomomi Imura

In dev.life, we chat with developers about their passion for programming: how they got into it, what they like to work on and how.

Today’s guest is Tomomi Imura, Senior Developer Evangelist at PubNub, who previously worked in mobile development roles for Yahoo! and Palm. She’s an Open Web advocate and writes about HTML5, CSS, JS, UX, tech events and gadgets. However, unintentionally she’s perhaps best known for creating the HTTP Status Cats.

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Going Beyond Code to Become a Better Programmer - Interview with Pete Goodliffe

Going Beyond Code to Become a Better Programmer – Interview with Pete Goodliffe

In this interview with Pete Goodliffe, author of ‘Becoming a Better Programmer’, we dive into issues that go beyond code and separate the good from the great developers. We cover things like attitude, communication skills, managing complexity and what you can do to learn more and keep your skills up to date.

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Conquering Large Legacy Software – Interview with Mike Long

We interviewed Mike Long, author of ‘Conquering Large Legacy Software’. We discuss how to deal with large legacy codebases, in particular, how to get started, where to focus your attention to maximize returns and how to approach adding tests.

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dev.life – Interview with Casey Muratori

In dev.life, we chat with developers about their passion for programming: how they got into it, what they like to work on and how.

Today’s guest is Casey Muratori, Software Engineer at Molly Rocket. He’s the creator of Handmade Hero, an ongoing project to create a complete, professional-quality game without the use of engines or libraries, that’s accompanied by videos explaining every line of source code.

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The Abuse and Misuse of Test Automation - Interview with Alan Page

The Abuse and Misuse of Test Automation – Interview with Alan Page

We’ve interviewed Alan Page, author of ‘The “A” Word: Under the Covers of Test Automation’. We discuss the abuse and misuse of test automation, when to automate a test, the problems of GUI test automation as well as good test design factors.

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FogBugz Gets the Full Spa Treatment

With almost 15 years of trusty and reliable service, we decided it was time to pamper FogBugz a little. And what better way to do that than with a full spa treatment, otherwise known as a UI update.

We softened up the edges here and there and we updated our icon system too, making things easier on the eye. But most importantly, we made your content and your cases easier to read and skim through. Take a look at the refreshed FogBugz.

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dev.life – Interview with Michael Fogus

In dev.life, we chat with developers about their passion for programming: how they got into it, what they like to work on and how.

Today’s guest is Michael Fogus, Software Architect at Cognitect. He’s a contributor to Clojure and ClojureScript and author of ‘The Joy of Clojure’ as well as ‘Functional JavaScript’.

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