1. What Software Developers Should Learn From the VW Diesel Scandal

    Technical.ly Philly recently featured a piece by PromptWorks co-founder Greg Sterndale.

    Technical.ly PhillyOriginally published in Technical.ly Philly
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  2. Keeping your eye on the prize: Development lessons to keep you on track

    StartUp Beat recently featured a piece by PromptWorks co-founder Jason Garber.

    Startup BeatOriginally published in Startup Beat
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  3. Trust and Use of Insecure Software

    In 1984, Ken Thompson wrote Reflections on Trusting Trust which provided a formal demonstration that absolute security of software is unachievable. Running any software at all involves an act of trust between people.

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  4. Python Tips, Tricks, and Hidden Features

    A practical discussion on how to use the standard library in ways you might not expect.

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  5. Why Service Virtualization Simulation Tools Are Critical to Coping With Dependencies

    In part two of this interview with ServiceVirtualization.com, Jason Garber discusses how PromptWorks uses Service Virtualization tools to stand in for dependencies that don’t yet exist.

    Service Virtualization TodayOriginally published in Service Virtualization Today
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  6. How One Consultancy Rescues IT Projects That Are In A Ditch

    In part one of this interview with ServiceVirtualization.com, Jason Garber discusses how PromptWorks helps to rescue IT projects plagued by complex challenges and pressures.

    Service Virtualization TodayOriginally published in Service Virtualization Today
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  7. Agile Contracts for Software Consultants

    You're ready to go with all the best Agile practices...

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  8. Automated testing of Cybersource transactions

    Mike Toppa discusses using the Cybersourcery Testing ruby gem for testing transactions in complex API environments.

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  9. Straight Up RSpec 3 - a neat Ruby BDD tool

    Upgrading, going beyond the basics, introducing some elegant features and promoting readability.

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  10. Writing DSLs with Parslet

    A well-designed DSL improves programmer productivity and communication with domain experts.

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