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Fred Heath

Fred is a software jack of all trades, having worked over the last 23 years at every stage of the software development life-cycle using a plethora of languages and platforms.

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Agile Myths Exploded

Agile Myths Exploded

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Career advice for junior developers

Career advice for junior developers

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The Evil of Pair-Programming

The Evil of Pair-Programming

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Smart, nice and gets things done. What to look for when hiring devs!

Smart, nice and gets things done. What to look for when hiring devs!

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So, do you know how to build a software system for your client? (part 3 - modelling Requirements with Impact Maps)

So, do you know how to build a software system for your client? (part 3 - modelling Requirements with Impact Maps)

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So, do you know how to build a software system for your client? (part 2 - the Requirements Domain)

So, do you know how to build a software system for your client? (part 2 - the Requirements Domain)

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So, do you know how to build a software system for your client? (part 1)

So, do you know how to build a software system for your client? (part 1)

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Enough with the User Stories already!

Enough with the User Stories already!

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Parallelising ETL workflows with the Jongleur gem

Parallelising ETL workflows with the Jongleur gem

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The Three Ghosts of FizzBuzz: A Christmas Story

The Three Ghosts of FizzBuzz: A Christmas Story

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Truth tables as Ruby Hashes

Truth tables as Ruby Hashes

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Python Slices vs Ruby blocks

Python Slices vs Ruby blocks

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The top 5 programming books of all time

The top 5 programming books of all time

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Developer recruitment: how to read job adverts

Developer recruitment: how to read job adverts

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The Proxy pattern revisited.

The Proxy pattern revisited.

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