Jesse Hill

Working with Custom Return Values in GoogleMock


over 5 years ago by Jesse Hill on Atomic Spin.
When working with the GoogleMock C++ mocking library, you can get pretty far using only default expectation return values or explicitly specifying expectation...

Embrace Your Keyboard – 4 Ways to Work More Efficiently with Less Wrist Pain


over 5 years ago by Jesse Hill on Atomic Spin.
I’ve noticed strange looks when people see my mouse for the first time. Sometimes the reaction is curiosity and interest — the mouse looks a bit like...

Embrace Your Keyboard – 4 Ways to Work More Efficiently with Less Wrist Pain


over 5 years ago by Jesse Hill on Atomic Spin.
I’ve noticed strange looks when people see my mouse for the first time. Sometimes the reaction is curiosity and interest — the mouse looks a bit like...

Test Driven Development: Resistance Is… Perplexing?


over 5 years ago by Jesse Hill on Atomic Spin.
Recently I’ve been working with a mixed team of developers – contractors from a few companies with varied backgrounds. Our manager is sold...

Test Driven Development: Resistance Is… Perplexing?


over 5 years ago by Jesse Hill on Atomic Spin.
Recently I’ve been working with a mixed team of developers – contractors from a few companies with varied backgrounds. Our manager is sold...

Staying Productive at the End of a Release Cycle


over 5 years ago by Jesse Hill on Atomic Spin.
If you’ve worked on a large development team, chances are you’ve been in my situation: I’m near the end of my project’s release...

Staying Productive at the End of a Release Cycle


over 5 years ago by Jesse Hill on Atomic Spin.
If you’ve worked on a large development team, chances are you’ve been in my situation: I’m near the end of my project’s release...

Staying Productive at the End of a Release Cycle


over 5 years ago by Jesse Hill on Atomic Spin.
If you’ve worked on a large development team, chances are you’ve been in my situation: I’m near the end of my project’s release...

Hacking EVE, Part 1 – Reading SDD Data


~5 years ago by Jesse Hill on Atomic Spin.
While the process of writing software remains a challenging, sometimes frustrating endeavor, I was reminded recently how simple some tasks have become....

Hacking EVE, Part 1 – Reading SDD Data


~5 years ago by Jesse Hill on Atomic Spin.
While the process of writing software remains a challenging, sometimes frustrating endeavor, I was reminded recently how simple some tasks have become....