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What is GWT? I guess a little background first for the uninitiated.  Formally known as Google Web Toolkit, is a project that allows you to write your webcode in Java and then it transpiles (source-to-source compile) the java code into JavaScript.    This allows you to develop an application that run using JavaScript (which is   Read More …

A Short Background Continuous integration is a practice the grew out of the extreme programming community, and was written about by Martin Fowler and Kent Beck. Martin Fowler’s paper provides a very nice definition of the term Continuous Integration is a software development practice where members of a team integrate their work frequently, usually each   Read More …

OK maybe that’s over stating it a little bit, its not quite as bad as ‘goto’. I’ve now been using AccuRev for about 6 months now, and I it seems that I am having to adjust my process to suit some of the idiosyncrasies of the tools. Now I’m not going to say that its   Read More …

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