Monthly Archives: April 2012

State Machines and Business Users

I was at a workshop over the weekend talking about the use of Finite State Machines as coordination mechanisms for systems. These things might be called sagas, activities, workflows, process managers (my preferred term lately from PEI), orchestrations, choreographers, and … Continue reading 

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Continuous Testing

On my build times post from “Don” And you want to run your tests _every time_ you hit ctrl+s !? Actually I have run into this viewpoint quite a bit. I see it most commonly from people who are not … Continue reading 

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