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Most Common Mistakes in Test-Driven Development Practice: Results from an Online Survey with Developers

Mauricio Finavaro Aniche, Marco Aurélio Gerosa
2010 2010 Third International Conference on Software Testing, Verification, and Validation Workshops  
Some mistakes identified were: to forget the refactoring step, building complex test scenarios, and refactor another piece of code while working on a test.  ...  This article presents some of the most common mistakes that programmers make when practicing TDD, identified by an online survey with 218 volunteer programmers.  ...  Figure 3 . 3 How often programmers forget to watch the test fail Figure 4 . 4 How often programmers forget the refactoring step Figure 5 . 5 How often programmers refactor some other piece of code  ... 
doi:10.1109/icstw.2010.16 dblp:conf/icst/AnicheG10 fatcat:75tjhesz2zc3lbqifh55ufncxi

Evaluation of ehealth systems and services

David H Gustafson, Jeremy C Wyatt
2004 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
How does the ehealth programme change the frequency of visits to doctors compared with distributing pamphlets?  ...  Such systems must be informed by solid evaluation studies that help us understand what features and content work, how they work, for whom, the risks they pose, and the financial impact they have.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.328.7449.1150 pmid:15142895 pmcid:PMC411080 fatcat:5hfw4bnfwvbktgz3e4xbfh3ieq

Don't forget about levels of explanation

Mike Anderson, Corinne Reid
2009 Cortex  
is to emphasise that in understanding the link between neuroscience and developing educational programmes, we have to do more than pay lipservice to the fact that they operate at very distinct levels  ...  The essence of the programme is a series of exercises designed to stimulate the cerebellum.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2008.06.005 pmid:18653178 fatcat:wjgbkh2skfcejbqikaxogmz5hu

Page 249 of Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice Vol. 22, Issue 2 [page]

1980 Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice  
Understandably, staff reactions to both phases vary.  ...  On the Canadian scene, the MacGuigan Committee was critical of both recruitment and training programmes within the penitentiary system.  ... 

Television as a Hybrid Repertoire of Memory: New Dynamic Practices of Cultural Memory in the Multi-Platform Era

Berber Hagedoorn, Mediarep.Org
2020 VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture  
with the past, and how such practices affect television as a practice of memory.  ...  By adopting and expanding Aleida Assmann's model of the dynamics of cultural memory between remembering and forgetting, a new model to study television as cultural memory is proposed which represents the  ...  The scheduling and pacing of content for the canon as working memory is mostly subject to more active forms of forgetting, which can include how long a certain programme is made available on demand, how  ... 
doi:10.25969/mediarep/14070 fatcat:sgrkqqgntbfphmlnhbzziaspsm

Towards a participatory memory: multi-platform storytelling in historical television documentary

Berber Hagedoorn
2015 Continuum. Journal of Media and Cultural Studies  
The scheduling and pacing of content for the canon as working memory is mostly subject to more active forms of forgetting, which can include how long a certain programme is made available on demand, how  ...  forgetting).  ... 
doi:10.1080/10304312.2015.1051804 fatcat:bnclyr4d6zf5jc27lja3crwsam

Conclusion [chapter]

Eduardo A. Vlieg
2016 Scratch by Example  
By doing so, you can learn from fellow programmers' feedback; but don't forget to also help fellow programmers by giving them feedback, too.  ...  Assuming that you followed all the examples and finished all the chapter exercises, you now have… • A thorough understanding of the Scratch interface .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4842-1946-1_14 fatcat:nddjszezcndodim2drcz5gbewa

Page 997 of Management & Marketing Abstracts Vol. 19, Issue 8 [page]

1994 Management & Marketing Abstracts  
Learning is often under- taken to achieve forgetfulness.  ...  From practical questions of the kind, “How do I im- prove the quality of my management practices and processes?”  ... 

Page 175 of The Yale Review Vol. 9, Issue 1 [page]

1919 The Yale Review  
The latter is literally true, as you would understand if you could see the straw mat-  ...  O liberty, how much foolishness and toleration is committed in thy name!  ... 

Page 175 of The Yale Review Vol. 9, Issue 1 [page]

1919 The Yale Review  
The latter is literally true, as you would understand if you could see the straw mat-  ...  O liberty, how much foolishness and toleration is committed in thy name!  ... 

Academic Research Through Learning By Doing

Iftikhar Ahmad, Muhammad Marwat, Habibullah Khan
2013 Gomal journal of Medical Sciences  
Literature strongly supports skill-based learning. 4 Quote-unquote Confucius says "I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand." 5 According to Thad Guldbrandsen, a person who does  ...  They should be familiar with softwarebased data analysis programmes like SPSS to workout statistics comfortably.  ...  Literature strongly supports skill-based learning. 4 Quote-unquote Confucius says "I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand." 5 According to Thad Guldbrandsen, a person who does  ... 
doaj:d57b15e387a5453ca51cb90d962750d7 fatcat:w3j6aesjkne4dgcyv34wowhtrm

POPULARIZATION OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS AND UNESCO'S PROGRAMME "PROMOTION OF PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENCE"

Yuri NOVOZHILOV
1973 Le Journal de Physique Colloques  
If we accept this more general view of popularization of HEP, then one can find many links with diffezents parts of the Unesco programme "Promotion of public understanding of science".  ...  Popularization of science i s only a small part of what we in Unesco call the "Promotion of public understanding of science".  ...  I have just tried to give you a sketch of Unescols programme. Now, what is the r6le of HEP in this programme ?  ... 
doi:10.1051/jphyscol:1973166 fatcat:2ch5x4b3obavtisukmdi655m6u

Pupil's Perceiving of Great-Grandparent with Dementia: A Case Study

Zlata Felc, Brina Felc
2019 International Journal of Psychiatry Research  
Additional, this case study supports an introduction of simple programme of dementia education to primary schools to help pupils to understand what it's like to live with dementia.  ...  Girl's responses revealed her view of dementia that a) dementia means forgetfulness, and it comes because brain in someone old get sick, b) people with dementia forget becaue of their illness, and not  ...  The interviewee has developed a positive understanding of dementia except how it affects person's touching.  ... 
doi:10.33425/2641-4317.1019 fatcat:ai5tc4ol5bf3fmyilf5aptph6e

Page 107 of Journal of Philosophy of Education Vol. 37, Issue 1 [page]

2003 Journal of Philosophy of Education  
We forget its logical requirements, as (for the most part, but not always) we do not forget the logical requirements of science) and as we do not forget what religion logically requires for its effective  ...  For instance, any serious programme of learning will necessitate some kind of disciplinary structure to ensure that the programme is effective; and it will require some kind of evaluation to ensure that  ... 

BSPD applauds oral health recognition in hospitals

2021 BDJ In Practice  
The programme branding includes a little elephant by the name of Elwood, a reminder to 'never forget' tooth brushing.  ...  BFS member Rebecca Linney undertook the 2015 study as part of her dental degree to understand how social media was being used by campaigners.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41404-021-0780-x fatcat:nughhkowpbe53gmfwfaaqrwcje
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