A Dream that I Had 20 Years Ago: “develop a cool C++ app”​ Has Been Finally Realised

On 2020–10–13, I opened the book “The C++ Programming Language” that I bought 20 years ago, found out a hand-written line on a back blank page: “develop a cool C++ app”. This was a dream back then, and I have totally forgotten.

In 2000, I worked as a software engineer (Java) at a research centre. Under my tech lead’s…

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Test automation & CT coach, author, speaker and award-winning software developer. Help teams succeed with Agile/DevOps by implementing real Continuous Testing.

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